Chalgrove Neighbourhood Plan

On the 22nd November 2018, residents voted for the adoption of the Chalgrove Neighbourhood Development Plan with 773 votes in favour and 46 votes against, and an electorate turnout of 38.85%.

All NDP documents can be viewed below.

 
1. Chalgrove Neighbourhood Development Plan
2. Basic Conditions Statement
3. Environment Report
4. Character Assessment
5. Consultation Statement
6. Consultation Statement (appendix A)
7. Consultation Statement (appendix B)
8. Consultation Statement (appendix C)
9. Consultation Statement (appendix D)
10. Consultation Statement (appendix E)
11. Consultation Report (appendix F)
 
Additional Documents:
12. Edenvale Young Chalgrove Flood Report November 2016
13. Chalgrove Strategic Flood Risk Assessment 2014
14. Site Assessment
15. Community Questionnaire
16. Community Questionnaire Appendix
 
Pre-Submission Documents
17. Chalgrove Pre-Submission NDP
18. Chalgrove Environmental Report
19. Scoping Report
20. Character Assessment
 
Examiner Documents
21. Initial Comments
22. Parish Council Response
23. Further Comments
24. Parish Council Response
25. Further Comments
26. Consultation Responses
27. Final Chalgrove Report
 

What is a Neighbourhood Development Plan?

A Neighbourhood Plan is a community-led project for guiding the future development and regeneration of an area. The plan can specify how new development should be designed, orientated and located, as well as including social, economic and environmental issues.

Where a town or parish council exists the plan must be led by this local government group, in our case the Parish Council will take the lead in pushing the Plan forward.

A Neighbourhood Plan will have to conform to the strategic policies of the local development plan.  In this case, this would be the South Oxfordshire Core Strategy

Once our proposals generally conform to the South Oxfordshire Core Strategy, it will be subject to an Examination by an independent examiner.  If this is successful the document will go to local referendum and as long as it receives approval from 50 per cent or more of those that vote, SODC will adopt the document into the Local Development Framework.

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