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As part of our commitment to delivering the best services possible, we regularly consult with the community on a wide range of proposals and plans. We do this in a number of different ways, including the use of paper questionnaires, electronic consultation and public meetings.

Developer Contributions SPD

We have published a draft supplementary planning document (SPD) on developer contributions for consultation. It provides detailed guidance to developers, infrastructure providers and local communities on the likely infrastructure requirements placed on developments in West Oxfordshire, so they can be factored in at an early stage. 

The consultation is running for six weeks from Monday 9 November 2020 to 5pm Monday 21 December 2020.

Ascott under Wychwood Neighbourhood plan designation

Ascott under Wychood Parish Council has applied to us for the designation of Ascott under Wychwood Neighbourhood Area. The proposed Neighbourhood Area boundary does not align with the Ascott under Wychwood Parish Boundary. So we are required to consult on this application for a period of six weeks at which point we will make a decision.

The application form and boundary map are available from the Ascott under Wychwood page.

Please send any comments on this consultation to by 5pm 18 November 2020.

A417 Missing Link Public Consultation

Highways England is holding a consultation on its updated designs to dual the A417 between the Brockworth bypass and Cowley roundabout in Gloucestershire. Upgrading the ‘missing link’ will provide benefits to road users, local communities and businesses.

The consultation runs from Tuesday 13 October to Thursday 12 November 2020. 

Feedback will help Highways England develop its application for a Development Consent Order to be submitted early next year.

To find out more on the proposals and to submit your feedback visit the Highways England Missing Link consultation website.