Neighbourhood Planning Referendums

What are Neighbourhood Planning Referendums?

A neighbourhood development plan, known as a neighbourhood plan, is written by local people, 'made' or adopted by the district council and becomes part of the development plan, which helps to decide planning applications. It takes national planning policy and guidance into account and is 'in general conformity' with the district's planning policy. You can find further information regarding what Neighbourhood Plans involve on this page and can contact Planning Policy using 01235 422600.

The examiner has recommended that the following areas proceed to a public referendum. South Oxfordshire District Council has considered the examiner's recommendations and will proceed with public referendums for the following:

 

Previous Neighbourhood Plan Referendums:

Chalgrove Neigbourhood Plan Referendum took place on Thursday 22 November 2018:

Little Milton Neigbourhood Plan Referendum took place on Thursday 22 November 2018:

Warborough and Shillingford Neigbourhood Plan Referendum took place on Thursday 4 October 2018:

The Baldons Neighbourhood Plan Referendum took place on Thursday 4 October 2018:

Benson Neighbourhood Plan Referendum took place on Thursday 28 June 2018:

Watlington Neighbourhood Plan Referendum took place on Thursday 28 June 2018:

Dorchester-on-Thames Neighbourhood Plan Referendum took place on Thursday 15 March 2018

  • Dorchester-on-Thames - You can find the Declaration of Result here (8.2 KB) icon
  • Dorchester-on-Thames - You can find the Notice of Poll here (61.0 KB) icon
  • Dorchester-on-Thames - You can find the Notice of Referendum here (60.6 KB) icon
  • Dorchester-on-Thames - You can find the information statement here (504.9 KB) icon

Result for Brightwell cum Sotwell Neighbourhood Plan Thursday 14 September 2017

Results for 7 September

Last reviewed: 23 - 11 - 2018

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