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Neighbourhood Plan

Thinking of going to the parish council meeting tonight to comment on the NP then you can't as next meeting not until December. The bulldozer is at maximum speed. County Councillor states in Henley Standard "...depending on feedback ...we may modify the plan..". How do you give feedback? Looks as though its not wanted!

Posted by: M J Littlechild | 13/11/2017 1:05 pm

All, as I have indicated to individual residents, the process of preparing a NP is one that goes through many stages of consultation. A 6 week consultation period will occour as an absolute minimum. Please do read the FAQ's on this website to understand the process we are required to follow.
Mr Littlechild, many of your comments are inaccurate incorrect personal and not researched, simply what you assume rather than what you know for sure. Please do check your facts before posting.

Posted by: Peter Boros | 11/12/2017 6:44 pm

Villagers need to realise that once a site is in the NP there will be a minimal planning process as it will be assumed that the development is approved. This means that villagers only have the chance to comment on proposed developments included in the NP now. I have been reading the 2013 Village plan and then only 12% were happy for green fields to be used, and 74% were definitely opposed to any use of any greenfield land. The current NP is not in agreement with this. Have we changed so much?

Posted by: Joanne Stone | 11/12/2017 6:21 pm

Hello,
As Chair of the NP Steering Group, I am more than happy to take any comments that you may have about the NP.
Also may I remind you that the proposals at present are in draft form, and a Consultation Draft of the document will be posted on this website.
The Plan has many stages to go through before it becomes an adopted plan and there are therefore a number of opportunities for feedback as followers of the NP on here will be aware.

email address is peter.boros@shiplakevillages.com

Posted by: Peter Boros | 13/11/2017 2:57 pm

So if you couldn't get to the exhibition. You don't get to comment? The villiage has over a 1000 residents!

Posted by: M J Littlechild | 13/11/2017 1:16 pm

I am perplexed by this comment. The Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group went to great lengths to organise the public exhibition last week and feedback cards were given to all attendees (around 300 in number).

Posted by: Cllr David Bartholomew | 13/11/2017 1:12 pm

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