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Neighbourhood Planning

So what happens next?


West Oxfordshire District Council has issued a Regulation 19 Decision Statement confirming that the plan has now made.  Many thanks to everyone who has contributed to it over the years.



Referendum on the adoption of the Eynsham Neighbourhood Plan

Date of Poll: Thursday 30 January 2020

I, Keith Butler, being the Counting Officer at the above referendum, do hereby give notice that the number of votes recorded for each answer to the question “Do you want West Oxfordshire District Council to use the Neighbourhood Plan for Eynsham to help it decide planning applications in the neighbourhood area?” at the said referendum is as follows:

Answer     Number of votes
Yes -                  1157
No -                       63

Rejected ballot papers    No. of ballot papers

A want of an official mark - 0
B voting for more than one answer - 1
C writing or mark by which voter could be identified - 0
D being unmarked or void for uncertainty - 1
Total - 2

Electorate: 4007

Ballot Papers Issued: 1222

Turnout: 30.50%
Dated: Thursday 30 January 2020
Keith Butler, Counting Officer

The final version of the Eynsham Neighbourhood Plan (referendum) can be found by clicking here.

WODC is working on their Garden Village (GV) which would locate 2200 homes in an entirely new village on the other side of the A40 to Eynsham. The Area Action Plan (AAP) Issues Paper consultation ended on 3 August.

WODC's consultation on the Western Strategic Development Area (SDA) - Supplementary Planning Document Issues Paper has also ended.  Information is available online.

What is a Neighbourhood Plan?

Eynsham's Neighbourhood Plan will shape future development over the next 11 years to meet national, regional and local housing needs. Information can be found on the Government's website.

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