Didcot Garden Town
Since Didcot was awarded garden town status in 2015, we have been working hard to make plans for the town to accommodate over 15,000 new homes and 20,000 new jobs in the area.
Didcot Garden Town Delivery Plan
We’ve recently revised our Didcot Garden Town Delivery Plan to help improve the lives of residents living in and around Didcot Garden Town. It will focus on providing community benefits, a retail recovery strategy, encourage healthy lifestyles and help to tackle climate change. You can read our revised delivery plan here.
Our original Delivery Plan was published in 2017 and contains more than just new developments – we have included over 60 individual projects throughout the garden town to introduce more green spaces, trees, gardens, sustainable technology, walking and cycling pathways connecting routes to town, railway station and large business parks.
Didcot Garden Town Advisory Board
The whole project is managed by the garden town team and overseen by the Didcot Garden Town Advisory Board. The advisory board is made up of representatives from South Oxfordshire and Vale of White Horse district councils, the county and town council, OxLEP and Homes England. The board meet quarterly with all meetings open to the public.
You can find out more information about the advisory board meeting here.
The Didcot Garden Town has three ‘sounding boards’, which represent community, business and neighbouring parishes. They hold regular meetings and their feedback is given to the advisory board. Head to our latest news page to find out and register to attend the next residents or business sounding boards.
Residents Sounding Board
This board was set up to help us gather feedback and information from people living and working in and around the Didcot Garden Town area.
Parish Sounding Board
This board was set up to help us listen and talk to our 18 neighbouring parish councils around the garden town.
Business Sounding Board
Our Business Sounding Board was set up to help us support businesses based in and around the garden town and local business parks.
We produce a regular newsletter to keep you up to date on what’s happening in and around the garden town. If you’d like to sign up and receive the newsletter or find out more about the exciting projects planned for the town – register for updates here.