You can get involved and have your say by taking part in the live consultations and engagement surveys below.
Joint Design Guide consultation
Open from 18 January to 1 March 2022
South Oxfordshire and Vale of White Horse district councils have been producing a new Joint Design Guide (JDG). The draft Joint Design Guide has been prepared as part of the councils’ commitment to securing high quality, sustainable development across both districts.
The Joint Design Guide sets out the steps and design principles that are to be followed when designing a scheme to submit for planning application.
You can find out more information about this consultation on the Joint Design Guide page on our website.
Woodcote Neighbourhood Plan
Open from 14 December to 1 February 2022
Woodcote Parish Council has submitted a reviewed neighbourhood plan to South Oxfordshire District Council. You can find out more information about this consultation on the Woodcote page on our website.
New council website: feedback
The Great Green Recycling Bin Quiz
Open from 17 June 2020 – on going
Can you tell what’s recyclable and what’s rubbish? It’s quiz time – it’ll be worth your while as our bin crews are checking green recycling bins and are not emptying those with the wrong things in. Complete our quiz
Register your interest in council consultations
You can get involved and have your say by registering on our consultation database of contacts that we use for engaging and consulting local communities on a variety of matters, from helping us to prepare a new council website to being formally consulted on new policies or plans.
If you want to receive notifications and updates of future council consultations, please register your details with us.
The following are important consultations you may wish to take part in which are being administered by other public bodies or organisations:
Local Transport and Connectivity Plan
The County Council is encouraging residents to have their say on its draft Local Transport and Connectivity Plan. Responses are open until 16 March.