VALE OF WHITE HORSE LOCAL PLAN 2031 PART 1: STRATEGIC SITES AND POLICIES APPENDICES Version 5: 5 September 2014 until they are reviewed as part of the Local Plan 2031 Part 2. The saved policies are listed below. Chapter 3: Local Plan strategy. 2. Background 2.1 The Vale of White Horse Local Plan 2031 will replace the Local Plan 2011 and will be made up of a number of separate parts, the most significant include; Local Plan 2031 Part 1: Strategic Sites and Policies (adopted in December 2016), Local Plan 2031 Part 2: Detailed Policies and Additional Sites, and the Adopted Policies Map Vale of White Horse Local Plan 2031 Part 2: Comment Form Part A: Your Details 1. Personal Details* 2.Agent's Details (if applicable) *If an agent is appointed, please complete only the Title, Name and Organisation boxes below but complete the full contact details of the agent in 2
Vale of White Horse Local Plan 2031 Part 2 - Public Consultation on Schedule of Proposed Draft Main Modifications Monday, 18 February 2019 13:47 Email; Print; A six-week consultation on the Schedule of Proposed Draft Main Modifications is running 18 February 2019 until 1 April 5pm. The Local Plan 2031 Part 2: Additional Sites and Detailed. HDA prepared a Landscape Capacity study for potential development sites within the Vale of White Horse District, which were considered as part of the Local Plan Part 2. The study provided the foundation to HDA's Green Belt study and forms part of the evidence base used in the site selection process for the Local Plan
. We were elected on a platform that opposed a number of the proposals in this plan, said Emily Smith the newly elected Liberal Democrat Leader of the. Inspector examining the Vale of White Horse Local Plan Part 2 in his post hearing letter dated 30 October 2018. This states that the Oxfordshire Growth Board has overseen an objective and robust process to determine both the quantum of this unmet need and its apportionment between the relevant districts. Meeting Housing Need (2011-2031 Local Plan Part 2 (LPP2) sets out how the Vale will provide 2200 homes towards Oxford City's unmet housing need and will put in place some new housing development policies. The Vale Liberal Democrats have raised several concerns including: the new government formula for calculating housing need, a Lodge Hill Park and Ride (which may never be. Part two of the Local Plan published today for consultation Opportunity for Vale residents to influence how planning application decisions are made Residents are invited to a series of public events throughout March to find out more and ask questions Residents living in the Vale of White Horse district will have a chance to influence how.
The Vale of White Horse 'Local Plan 2031 Part 2: Additional Sites and Detailed Policies' was submitted to the Secretary of State on Friday 23 February 2018 and was subject to an independent Examination by the Planning Inspector. The Inspector has now invited us to prepare a Schedule of Proposed Draft Main Modifications to the plan paragraph 3.11) to reflect the adoption of the Vale of White Horse Local Plan Part 2 (Date October 2019). Main Modifications to policies containing housing site allocations SP1-7, SP12-SP19, SP23-SP60 and SP62-SP66 The Council welcomes the inclusion of minimum housing numbers for each site. Policy RE1 - Sustainable design and constructio Vale of White Horse Local Plan Part 1 could be adopted by January 2017, while Part 2 of the Plan needs to find sites for an additional 2,200 homes to meet Oxford's unmet need. Local Plan Part 1 The Council's consultation on its Main Modifications to the Local Plan is now closed - it received a total of 178 comments from 70 individual.
Vale of White Horse Local Plan 2031 Part 2 - Public Consultation on Schedule of Proposed Draft Main Modifications. The Local Plan 2031 Part 2: Additional Sites and Detailed Policies was recently subject to Examination. The Inspector has now invited the Vale to prepare a Schedule of Proposed Draft Main Modifications to the plan . The Vale of White Horse Local Plan, and its supporting studies, set out the council's vision for the district until 2031
The adopted Vale of the White Horse Local Plan 2031 Part 2 also requires in Policy 17, that Transport Assessments and Travel Plans consider opportunities to support the uptake of electric and/or low emission vehicles. This will help to support the transition to low/zero emission vehicle Vale of White Horse Local Plan 2031 Part 1: Strategic Sites and Policies (published November 2014) outline the need to deliver up to 20,000 new jobs, principally at the main employment centres of Harwell Oxford, Culham Science Centre and Milton Park. 5. Employment growth is also supported by the Oxfordshire Local Enterpris
The Local Plan 2031 Part 2: Detailed Policies and Additional Sites - Appendices (3.9 MB) Campus detail on page 8, west of Harwell details on page 14. When you comment, be sure to let the Vale know what you think about the site specific requirements laid out after the maps Vale of White Horse Local Plan 2031 Part 2 Schedule of Proposed Draft Main Modifications. Survey Closed. This survey is currently closed. Powered by SmartSurvey Please take a few minutes to take our survey. Please take the time to complete our survey. Your feedback is important. Vale of White Horse Local Plan 2031 Part 2 Schedule of Proposed. Vale of White Horse District Council Local Plan 2031 Part 2: Public Consultation. Vale Guidance Note - October 2017. Local Plan Update Bulletin - October 201 The development plan includes policies from the Vale of White Horse Local Plan 2031 Part 1 (LPP1) 1 ; Vale of White Horse Local Plan 2031 Part 2 (LPP2) 2 ; and the Great Coxwell Neighbourhood Plan, made July 2015 Review 2020 3 Vale of White Horse The Vale of White Horse Local Plan 2031 Part 1 was adopted in December 20164. Part 2 of the Local Plan is currently in draft form prior to examination in 2018. Between April 2017 and March 2022, it is predicted that around 9,300 new homes will be completed in Vale of White Horse district
Joint Local Plan to 2041. Vale of White Horse and South Oxfordshire District Councils are now starting work on a Joint Local Plan to 2041. The Local Development Scheme (LDS) sets out the timetable for producing new planning policy documents, including key production and public consultation stages. This is the first joint LDS that covers South. Liberal Democrats now running the Vale of White Horse District Council have criticised the current Local Plan process for expecting the district to decide where to accommodate Oxford's 'unmet housing need' before the Oxford Local Plan has been agreed. The Vale's Local Plan Part 2 (LPP2) has already been through public examination and. Vale of White Horse Local Plan Part 1 could be adopted by January 2017, while Part 2 of the Plan needs to find sites for an additional 2,200 homes to meet Oxford's unmet need Local Plan 2041 The council is preparing a new Local Plan 2041. The first stage of this was our Call for Sites (see right) and the next stage will be public consultation on an Issues and Options document. All updates will be published on our Local Plan 2041 webpage
VALE OF WHITE HORSE DISTRICT COUNCIL NOTICE OF LOCAL PLAN 2031 PART 2 PUBLICITY PERIOD BETWEEN 11 OCTOBER AND 22 NOVEMBER 2017 Under the Town and Country Planning (Local Planning) Regulations 2012, Vale of White Horse District Council is holding a publicity period on its Local Plan 2031 Part 2 Vale of White Horse District Council submitted the proposal for the homes at Dalton Barracks in part 2 of its Local Plan last year. But its new leader said there now needs to be time for the. Vale of White Horse Local Plan 2031 Part 1: Strategic Sites and Policies (published November 2014) outline the need to deliver up to 20,000 new jobs, principally at the main employment centres of Harwell, Culham Science Centre and Milton Park. 5. Employment growth is also supported by the Oxfordshire Local Enterpris
VALE OF WHITE HORSE LOCAL PLAN 2031 (Part 1 Strategic Sites and Policies) EXAMINATION Matter 2 - Objectively Assessed Needs for Housing and Employment Land Hearing on 22-24 September 2015 Representation from Harwell Parish Council 2.1 Is the identified objectively-assessed need for housing of 20,560 new dwellings (a 2017 Melton Local Plan 2017 Milton Keynes Site Allocations 2018 Wycombe Local Plan 2018 LB Newham Local Plan 2018 Broxbourne Local Plan 2018 Vale of White Horse Local Plan Part 2 2018 Buckinghamshire Minerals Local Plan 2018 Central Bedfordshire Local Plan 2018 Plan:MK 2018 Cherwell Local Plan 2018 Borough of Poole Local Plan 2018 Harborough.
Background. The Oxfordshire Plan 2050 is one of the commitments made by the six Oxfordshire authorities as part of the £215m Housing & Growth Deal, which will help deliver greatly needed new homes - including affordable and social housing, and infrastructure to the county while helping to tackle climate change Vale of White Horse District Council; West Oxfordshire District Council as follows: Cherwell Local Plan Partial Review: Oxford's unmet needs - 4,400 dwellings (Plan submitted March 2018; Examination Autumn 2018); South Oxfordshire Local Plan 2033 - 4,950 dwellings (Plan yet to be submitted submitted March 2019); Vale of White Horse Local.
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07/03/2017 - Vale Local Plan Part 2 - to approve preferred options for public consultation; Documents. Vale Local Plan Part 2 preferred options consultation. Paragraph 3.16 acknowledges that the Vale of White Horse District Council's emerging Local Plan Part 2 identifies that development on land east of Kingston Bagpuize shall provide an opportunity to re-route the A415 out of the existing village and deliver a range of local infrastructure, including a new primary school The new, proposed Vale of White Horse Local Plan 2031 is available on the VWHDC website. Every household in Blewbury should have received a leaflet about this new Local Plan in their letterbox in November 2014. The Local Plan is a key planning document that will help guide development decisions in the Vale until the year 2031
- The Vale of White Horse Local Plan 2031 Part 1 (VLP1) 30. The Vale of White Horse Local Plan 2031 Part 2 (VLP2) publication version has been published and the publicity period closed on 22nd November 2017. Therefore, although it is not yet adopted, this document is at an advanced stage and can be given appropriate weight.. The Local Plan 2031 Part 2 was adopted at Full Council on 9 October. The Part 2 plan deals with detailed policies used in the determination of planning applications and also allocates additional housing sites that will help meet Vale's proportion of Oxford City's unmet housing need. We adopted Part 1 of our Local Plan 2031 in December 2016. Adopted Vale of White Horse Local Plan 2031 (VWHLP 2031). 26. Other documents that need to be considered in determining this development include: i) The Vale of White Horse Horse Local Plan 2031 Part 2: Detailed Policies and Additional Sites (VWHLP 2031 Part 2) was subject to The North Hinksey Parish Neighbourhood Plan 2031 has been developed over a number of years by a group of volunteers initiated by, but run independently from the Parish Council. The Plan was approved by 88% of local residents voting in a referendum on 6 May 2021, and subsequently 'made' by the Vale of White Horse District Council on 18 May 2021 Vale of White Horse District . Council Local Plan 2031 Vale of White Horse District Council . adopted its Local Plan 2031 Part 1 in December 2016, which sets out the planning strategy for the district. This plan makes provision for 23,000 jobs and 20,560 homes and so fully meets the 'objectively assessed' housing need for the district. The.
Science Vale and is allocated for redevelopment in the Vale of White Horse Local Plan 2031, part 1. Access to the site is from the roundabout junction off the A4130 and Milton Road. 1.5 The proposal consists of two separate buildings in a secure compound including CCTV and a security gatehouse at the main (Milton Road) entrance Part 1 of the Vale of White Horse Local Plan was adopted in December 2016 and showed some land in North Hinksey Village as within the Oxford Green Belt. When the plan was being prepared, the Council had proposed to remove the land from the Green Belt but the proposal (along with others) was not supported by the Local Plan Inspector and the. Lioncourt Strategic Land has submitted a planning application for up to 700 homes, an extra care development of up to 70 units, a local centre, primary school, sports field and open space. The site amounts to 34.6 hectares (85 acres) of land to the east of the Oxfordshire village of Kingston Bagpuize
vale of white horse district council notice of local plan 2031 part 2. vale of white horse district council notice of local plan 2031 part 2 publicity period between 11 october and 22 november. Here's Vale's press release about my motion at full council last night. The Leader of Vale of White Horse District Council will be writing to the ministry for Housing, Communities and Local Government to raise concerns about the process required to adopt Part 2 of the districts Local Plan An outline plan for more than 4,200 new homes next to a major residential development has got the go-ahead. The estate will be known as Valley Park and built next to Great Western Park, in Didcot.
Oxford fringe local plan Part four . By Abingdon (United Kingdom) Vale of White Horse District Council. Abstract. Incl. 1 map and 2 loose accompanying leafletsAvailable from British Library Document Supply Centre- DSC:OP-LG/1928 / BLDSC - British Library Document Supply CentreSIGLEGBUnited Kingd This section sets out all of the engagement method used as part of the Introducing the Oxfordshire Plan consultation. 2.2 Oxfordshire Plan 2050 Launch Event (Pre-Regulation 18) Prior to commencing the formal Introducing the Oxfordshire Plan consultation, a launch event for key stakeholders was held on 18 December 2018 The immediate focus will be to play a part in preparing a new joint Local Plan between South Oxfordshire and Vale of White Horse, along with working on projects such as the Oxfordshire Plan 2050, CIL, SPDs and other planning policy project work Oxfordshire Plan 2050. Oxfordshire is a vibrant, dynamic county that blends the historic such as Blenheim Palace with the cutting edge such as the Harwell Science and Innovation Campus. Its economy is one of the best performing in the country, while it consistently ranks high for quality of life and remains the most rural county in the South-East The Shrivenham Neighbourhood Plan referendum took place on Thursday 6th May 2021 NDP Appendix 23 Vale Policy DC5 Appendix 23 Vale Policy DC5 Adopted SPG [...] Adobe Acrobat document [46.1 KB] NDP Appendix 24 Local Green Spaces Assessment Appendix 24 LGS assessment_v2.pdf Adobe Acrobat document.
This will help to inform our emerging Local Plan 2031 Part 2, which will allocate sites to meet the remaining housing target for the district, and a yet to be agreed portion of un-met housing need for Oxford City. The new Local Plan 2031 Part 2 may also consider sites for other uses, such as retail Cabinet considered the head of planning's report on a joint local plan. This proposed the development of a joint local plan with Vale of White Horse District Council, rather than the two councils working on separate plans. The Cabinet member for planning saw many advantages to the proposal Formerly part of the Green Belt, the land, along with a further circa 30 hectares (74.1 acres) to the west of Oxford Road, was allocated for residential development within the Vale of White Horse Local Plan 2031 Part 1 - https://www.whitehorsedc. gov.uk/vale-of-white-horse-district-council/planning
Find the latest 2+ bed flats / apartments to rent in Vale of White Horse with the UK's most user-friendly property portal. Search properties to let from leading estate agents HDA prepared a Landscape Capacity study for potential development sites within the Vale of White Horse District, which were considered as part of the Local Plan Part 2. The study provided the foundation to HDA's Green Belt study and forms part of the evidence base used in the site selection process for the Local Plan. In 2016, the Vale of White Horse District Council refused yet again to include Wicklesham Quarry in the 2031 Local Plan for industrial use. Faringdon Town Council rejected every independent assessment, even those it commissioned itself, and the Neighbourhood Plan safeguards Wicklesham Quarry SSSI as B2- B8 'employment land' 3. The growth documented in the Vale of White Horse draft Local Plan 2029 (published February 2013) and South Oxfordshire Core Strategy 2027 (adopted December 2012), is to deliver job led growth of 16,000 new jobs, principally at the main employment centres of Harwell Oxford, Culham Science Centre and Milton Park It is my pleasure to introduce the Vale of White Horse's Corporate Plan for 2020-24, setting out our priorities to help communities and people across the Vale of White Horse thrive. We had an impressive response from you, the community, to our consultation exercise, and we have taken on your ideas and incorporated them where we could
As part of their commitments to help the districts become carbon neutral, Vale of White Horse and South Oxfordshire District Councils have struck up a brand-new partnership with Oxfordshire Greentech The Uffington White Horse is a prehistoric hill figure, 110 m long, formed from deep trenches filled with crushed white chalk. The figure is situated on the upper slopes of White Horse Hill in the English civil parish of Uffington, some 10 mi east of Swindon, 8 km south of the town of Faringdon and a similar distance west of the town of Wantage; or 2.5 km south of Uffington
Keep Cumnor Green. 159 likes · 1 talking about this. Campaigning to protect the greenbelt around Cumnor, Oxfordshire from speculative development for future generation