Welcome to the Watlington Neighbourhood Plan website - WNDP (Watlington Neighbourhood Development Plan)
Drop In Sessions.. come and ask some questions....
Saturdays - Town Hall 10am - 12noon
Friday 3rd March 2pm-5pm Watlington Club
Friday 10th March 2pm-5pm Watlington Club
The Draft WNDP is being compiled. We are pulling together all the reports, documents and evidence that is needed including the Basic Conditions Statement, the Policies, the Consultation Statement, and the Sustainability Appraisal Scoping Report and associated maps. The process of Site Selection is moving forward as we collect all the evidence we need. Professional advice is being used to help complete the Environmental Statement. We are working with SODC on traffic modelling in the area, this will include the potential impact of any development at Chalgrove. Traffic management for the town centre features highly in our evidence alongside other factors.
Click here to see a link to the Government White Paper (Feb17) on Fixing the Broken Housing market
Our 2017 video message
For a link to Chalgrove HCA documents on the GVA web site click here
You can see the notes of the meeting we had with the HCA team on October 4th here and the further meeting notes from a follow up meeting on December 13th as provided by GVA is available here
A quick catch up on the following topics :
What Watlington Wants 1
What Watlington Wants 2
The CPRE view on the Grenoble Road/South Oxford Science Park
Watlington Parish council is now on Facebook
emails to mailto:email@example.com or phone 01491 613867 and ask for Rachel Gill (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