Greenham Common Control Plans in Progress

To kick off our site move with some good news is also a good plan and its great to hear that the plans to turn the Control Tower at the former RAF Greenham Common are progressing well.

Greenham Parish Council successfully bid for the property earlier this year with plans to preserve the building and turn it into a visitors centre.

Greenham Common Tower (Credit. N Harding)

Greenham Common Tower (Credit. N Harding)

Planning applications are now under way for it to receive listed status and be converted into the visitors centre. The planning application and plans can be viewed here.

RAF Greenham Common became infamous when in the 1980’s the US placed nuclear capable ground launched cruise missiles (GLCM) at the base prompted protests that lasted for decades. It holds a special place in Cold War memories in Britain.



About the Author

Britains Cold War
Consisting of historians, nuclear weapons and government planning experts Britain's Cold War provides news and information about The Cold War, Britain's Cold War and the new emerging Cold War often dubbed Cold War II. With more documents becoming declassified every day we learn a little bit more about what really went on between the end of World War II and the late 1990's.

Be the first to comment on "Greenham Common Control Plans in Progress"

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published.


This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.