Gladman return at SODC local plan inquiry

Gladman tell Government Inspector that 550 houses could be built in Playhatch and a further 240 next to Emmer Green

Detailed submissions have been made to the Examination in Public of the South Oxfordshire Local Plan and will be heard in public via YouTube when the Inquiry opens online from July 15th. These submission have been made in spite of the fact that the Local Plan makes no mention of these sites. Gladman seek to justify their inclusion by challenging the methodology used by SODC in completing their plan.
Reading Borough Council have also submitted evidence to the Inspector in favour of the construction of a new Thames bridge in Eye & Dunsden with a request that a site for a park and ride scheme should be protected in Eye & Dunsden south of the A4155 Henley Road and close to Reading. They reject the need for major housing developments in Eye & Dunsden and challenge the density of 70 houses per hectare which is proposed by SODC.
Full information about the Local Plan can be seen on the SODC website

Complete the NDP questionnaire

Please have your say by returning our NDP questionnaire

Every house in the parish should now have received a copy of our Neighbourhood Development Plan questionnaire. It will help the volunteers behind the plan shape the future of our parish. Please either post back your return or complete the simple questionnaire online at this address.

Corona Virus eases but village hall remains closed

The village hall remains closed but a number of exciting events are proposed in the autumn including a comedy night and the return of award-winning duo Ninebarrow.

Parish council meetings

The annual parish meeting is postponed because of the pandemic.  Current parish council meetings are being held by Skype. Contact the parish clerk Mandy Sermon, clerk@eyedunsden.org for full details and to attend.

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