From: on behalf of DC Secretaries
Subject: FW: Address


From: Peter Trickey []
Sent: 07 December 2009 13:28
To: Public Access Enquiries
Subject: Address

While attempting to submit comments via your website I recaived a message, reproduced below, asking me to submit by post. After spending 20 minutes searching your website I still can’t find an address.


Peter Trickey.


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Your comments are reproduced below to allow you to take a copy and submit it by post.


Comments were submitted at 07/12/2009 13:14:53 from IP


Application Summary


Application Number:




Bishops End




OX15 5RQ




Change of use from closed public house to dwelling


Case Officer:

Andrew Lewis


Customer Details



Peter Trickey



36 Villier Street










Submission Type:

Customer objects to the Planning Application.



My wife and I used to have Goodmayes Cottage in Burdrop and still visit our ex neighbours who live 2 doors away. At that time the Bishop Blaize was the thriving hub of the village, as it has been for several centuries. It also attracted customers from miles around with its cosy ambience and, especially in summer, its hilltop garden with views for many miles towards the south west. It is a well-known ploy for outside speculators to buy a village pub in a prime site, to upset the locals, including changing their favourite beers, and then to say that it is no longer a going concern. In this case the present owners had a tough job but have apparently succeeded. In the correct hands this pub could be a goldmine. I hope that the present council do not go down in history as the ones who brought hundreds of years of social history and conviviality to an end.