Kidmore End Neighbourhood Plan
Kidmore End Parish Council is working on creating a neighbourhood plan to influence the way their area grows and develops into the future.
What’s happening now?
Kidmore End Parish Council has submitted its draft neighbourhood plan to South Oxfordshire District Council.
We are carrying out a consultation on the submitted neighbourhood plan and supporting documents which runs from Wednesday 28 July to midnight on Wednesday 15 September 2021.
You can view the neighbourhood plan and supporting documents below:
- Neighbourhood Plan
- Consultation Statement
- Basic Conditions Statement
- Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) Screening Statement
- Appendix A Additional Parish Maps
- Appendix B1 Site Options and Assessment
- Appendix B2 Facilitation Report (December 2018)
- Appendix B3 Housing Requirement and Allocation Paper
- Appendix B4 Evidence Base and Policy Development
- Appendix B5 Facilitation Report (November 2020)
- Appendix C1 Landscape Sensitivity Report
- Appendix C2a Local Valued Landscape
- Appendix C2b Local Valued Landscape Assessment
- Appendix D1-D6 Visual and Spatial Character
- Appendix D7 Housing Allocation
Consultation Statement appendices
- Appendix E1-E5
- Appendix E5 Sub App 1
- Appendix E5 Sub App 2A-2B
- Appendix E5 Sub App 2Bi supporting documents
Paper copies of the document are available to view by appointment only. Please contact Sue Biggs by calling 0118 9723456 or emailing email@example.com.
Our office at Milton Park is closed to the public until further notice. The neighbourhood plan and supporting documents are also available to view and in an alternative format (for example large print, Braille, audio, email, Easy Read and alternative languages) at our offices via appointment only. Please contact us on 01235 422425 or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you need help accessing the consultation materials or have any queries about this consultation.
If you know anyone you think would be interested in this consultation, who is self-isolating or does not have access to the internet, we would appreciate your help in telling them about it. Please ask them to call us on 01235 422425 or email email@example.com to discuss the proposals and get support to access the consultation materials.
How to comment
We encourage you to use our online comment form available here.
If you are unable to comment online, you can also:
- email firstname.lastname@example.org
- write to Planning Policy, South Oxfordshire District Council and post to ‘Freepost SOUTH AND VALE CONSULTATIONS’ (no other address information or stamp is needed)
- complete a comment form (available on request) and posting or emailing it back to us
After the publicity period ends, your response will be sent to an independent examiner to consider. As the neighbourhood planning process includes an independent examination of the plan, your name, postal address and email (where applicable) are required for your comments to be considered by the examiner. The opportunity for further comments at this stage would only be at the specific request of the examiner.
Most neighbourhood plans are examined without the need for a public hearing. If you think the neighbourhood plan requires a public hearing, you can state this in your comments, but the examiner will make the final decision.
Please clearly state in your comments if you wish to be notified of our decision on whether we formally adopt the neighbourhood plan.
All personal data will be held securely by the council and examiner in line with the Data Protection Act 2018. Comments submitted by individuals will be published on our website alongside their name. No other contact details will be published. Comments submitted by businesses or organisations will be published in full, including contact details. Further information on how we store personal data is provided in our privacy statement.
If you would like to discuss neighbourhood planning with a member of the team, please call us on 01235 422600 or email email@example.com.
If you want to get involved, please contact the Parish Council.
More information on the process is available on our Neighbourhood Planning Resources page.
If you would like to discuss neighbourhood planning with a member of the team, please contact us.