YOUR VILLAGE, YOUR PLAN, YOUR FUTURE,
YOUR COMMENTS COUNT

CONSULTATION OPEN MARCH 1st – APRIL 14th

Click here to find out how you can take part. 

Click here to see the Plan summary boards.

Your Village, Your Voice

The people of East Hagbourne have a unique opportunity to shape the future of their village. East Hagbourne is making a Neighbourhood Plan.  
 

A Plan for East Hagbourne

The community will have its say and its plan will have influence over planning decisions and development.

Made by East Hagbourne

The Plan is being devised by residents of East Hagbourne. It will be based on consultation and discussion and subject to a parish referendum. 

Updates

Consultation Drop-In

The Consultation drop in on March 10th was a great success. About 30 or so people visited the Pavilion during the morning and talked through the plan with Steering Group members.

You can see boards prepared for the drop-in displayed in Hagbourne Village Hall. Or you can see a PDF of them here.

 

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Consultation Live

The Steering Group are excited to announce that the Draft Plan has reached an important milestone. A formal 6 week consultation is now live.

The consultation is an opportunity for residents and other interested parties to read the plan and make comment. The Steering Group is expecting a lot of interest.

Once the Consultation finishes (on April 14th) input will be used to refine and revise the plan. The Plan will then be formally submitted to SODC along side a Consultation Statement which will summarise the results of the Consultation.

This is a great step forward. You can read more and make your comment on the Consultation Page. You can download the Consultation Leaflet here. And you can see the Draft Plan, appendices and supporting documents on the Documents page.

January’s Public Meeting

Over 60 residents packed out the Pavilion in January to hear progress on the Neighbourhood Plan.

Marcus, Crispin and David gave an overview of progress to date. Attendees listened attentively and there was a lively debate about both Green Spaces the site allocation process.

You can read a detailed report of what was said here.