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Woodstock Community and Infrastructure Delivery Plan

A New Plan for Woodstock

Woodstock Town Council and Blenheim Estate have appointed CFO to consult the community about the current and future needs of the town.

The Plan is now available… click on the links below

The findings and emerging site plans for north of Hill Rise and north of Banbury Road were presented at community events on Friday 15 and Saturday 16 November (SEE DETAILS BELOW). The appendices include reports from consultation held events across the Plan process.

Woodstock Community and Infrastructure Delivery Plan – 2019

Latest ‘Community Action’ consultation meetings and reports

Recent Plan consultation Events

November 2019 Consultation Events

15 and 16 November: eighty plus residents attended these events, which covered presented: Matters for consideration in planning applications at Hill Rise and north of Banbury Road; Priorities for new infrastructure and improvements to existing infrastructure; and Recommendations for community-led action planning.

These sessions also presented EMERGING PLANS for the sites at north of Hill Rise and north of Banbury Road, and were an opportunity to offer further comment.

You can download a site comments feedback form HERE– please complete and return by 2.12.19 to [email protected] and CFO will pass your comments to Blenheim’s planning consultants.

July Consultation Event

35 people attended a consultation event on Saturday 20 July at Woodstock Community Centre. The event was run by Community First Oxfordshire and Terence O’Rourke Planning.

Earlier Plan consultation events

February launch events

Plan consultation was launched with five events and information sessions in March 2019. Over 200 residents attended. The events discussed a range of themes – traffic, community life and facilities, infrastructure, environment, the impacts of development in general and key considerations for specific housing sites. Attendees were asked to note what was most important to them and write down more detailed feedback, including ideas about how to deal with particular issues.  Detailed feedback from these events is available below:

    • Launch events feedback report –available above as an appendix to the final Plan
    • Launch events feedback report traffic appendix – available above as an appendix to the final Plan

 

June consultation events

Three events were held in June 2019. The events combined presentations, a Q+A and discussion on specific themes. CFO staff were in attendance, plus a representative (at the Saturday event) from Terence O’Rourke Planning, which will be working with Blenheim on forthcoming planning applications.

Just under a hundred people attended these events, with 56 signing up to be involved in next steps discussions/ workshops.

The presentations set out the intent of the plan, progress to date, ‘headline’ results from the April 2019 community survey, an overview of the process of working up planning applications on specific sites and a summary of the more community-oriented projects emerging from the consultation to date and how to take these ideas forward.

 

Background Information + Documents

 

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