Dorchester on Thames Neighbourhood Plan
Have your say on the Dorchester on Thames Neighbourhood Plan
Dorchester on Thames Parish Council has submitted its to us. This is a document that, when adopted, will give local residents a say in how their community grows and develops over the coming years. The submitted plan sets out a shared vision for Dorchester on Thames and delivers sustainable development through locally specific planning policies.
We are inviting comments on the plan and supporting documents during a six-week consultation from Friday 15 September to 5pm on Friday 27 October 2017. You can view the documents below:
Hard copies of the documents are available to view at the George Hotel or the District Council’s office during usual opening hours.
You can also arrange to view the documents by emailing the Clerk of Dorchester on Thames Parish Council at firstname.lastname@example.org
To submit your comments you can:
- complete our
- email us at email@example.com– please use ‘Dorchester 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
Please ensure we receive your comments by 5pm on Friday 27 October 2017.
Please note that you must provide your name and address for your comments to be considered. All responses received will be publicly available on our website and your name may be displayed.
When making your comments, you can request to be notified of South Oxfordshire District Council’s final decision to ‘make’ (formally adopt) the Dorchester on Thames Neighbourhood Plan.
What happens next?
After the consultation closes the neighbourhood plan and the comments received will be sent for independent examination.
If you have any queries about the neighbourhood plan please call us on 01235 422600 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more general information about how neighbourhood plans work please click on neighbourhood plans.
You can view the area that the neighbourhood plan will cover, the designation letter and the consultation report below:
Last reviewed: 26 - 09 - 2017