Chalgrove Neighbourhood Plan
Have your say on the Chalgrove Neighbourhood Plan
Chalgrove Parish Council has submitted their draft neighbourhood plan, which you can now comment on. This is a document that, when adopted, will give local residents a say in how their community grows and develops over the coming years.
We are inviting comments on the plan and supporting documents during a six-week publicity period from Wednesday 31 January to 5pm on Wednesday 14 March 2018.
You can view the Neighbourhood Plan and supporting documents below:
Hard copies of the documents are available to view at Chalgrove Parish Office (behind the Village Hall), Baronshurst Drive, Chalgrove between 9am and 12pm Tuesday to Friday. You can arrange to view the documents outside of these hours by calling the Parish Clerk, Jo Murphy, on 01865 890 432 or 07946 383199.
The documents are also available to view at South Oxfordshire District Council’s office, 135 Eastern Avenue, Milton Park, Abingdon during usual opening hours.
To submit your comments you can:
- complete our online
- email us at firstname.lastname@example.org – please use Chalgrove Neighbourhood Plan’ as the email subject
- send your response by post to Planning Policy, South Oxfordshire District Council, 135 Eastern Avenue, Milton Park, Milton OX14 4SB
- complete a comment form (available from the parish and district council offices) and post or email it back to us using the above details.
Your representation may include a request to be notified of South Oxfordshire District Council’s final decision to adopt the Neighbourhood Plan.
Please be aware that due to the Neighbourhood Planning process including an Independent Examination, your name and address are required for your comments to be considered. Respondent details and comments have to be forwarded to the Examiner carrying out the Examination of the Neighbourhood Plan after the publicity period has ended. They will be kept securely during this period and will not be used for any other purpose and will only be retained until the plan is made and the deadline for a Judicial Review has passed.
If you submit comments, the laid down process cannot allow them to be treated as confidential and they will be published on our website alongside your name. If you are responding as an individual rather than a company or organisation, we will not publish your contact details. All representations and related documents will be held by South Oxfordshire District Council until the period for a Judicial Review has ended.
What happens next?
After the consultation closes the neighbourhood plan and the comments received will be sent for independent examination.
For more general information about how neighbourhood plans work please click on neighbourhood plans.
Last reviewed: 15 - 02 - 2018