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Welcome to the Watlington Neighbourhood Plan website - WNDP (Watlington Neighbourhood Development Plan)

The Government is providing extra support for the whole concept of Neighbourhood Planning - read more about the Neighbourhood Planning bill just published and making its progress through parliament here 

The Draft WNDP gets ever nearer - we are busy compiling all the reports, documents and evidence that is needed including the Basic Conditions Statement, the Policies, the Consultation Statement, the Sustainability Appraisal Scoping Report. The process of Site Selection is moving forward as we collect all the evidence we need.

Chalgrove Update:

To see notes from a meeting of Chalgrove and Neighbouring Parishes with SODC to discuss development in Chalgrove click here 

For a link to Chalgrove HCA documents click here 

Roadshows - A great success in June! See the panel heading .... 

**  An outline planning application for 100 houses at site WAT8 (in Pyrton Parish) by Providence Land has been registered with SODC and the link to this proposal is here

Developer discussions were held in May and June - please click the "Development Sites" heading on the side panel for more details

If you missed the roadshows see the heading in the panel

A quick catch up on these topics follows:

What Watlington Wants 1

What Watlington Wants 2  

Watlington Future

What Next?

Chalgrove

Alternative Route 

Watlington Parish council is now on Facebook           

 


Send emails to mailto:info@watlingtonnp.org.uk or phone 01491 613867 and ask for Rachel (Tuesday and Thursday mornings only).

This is the home page for the Watlington Neighbourhood Development Plan. At present it provides an outline of the programme and our progress with it that will eventually lead to a plan that gives the people of Watlington some control over how their community develops up to the year 2032. The information provided on it will grow steadily as we progress with the plan.

We recognise the importance of exploiting both paper and electronic lines of communication.  A regular report on progress is included in the Watlington Times, published monthly. Written comments or suggestions are welcome at the address below. Get involved