Shrivenham Neighbourhood Plan

Shrivenham Parish Council is working on creating a neighbourhood plan. The process empowers local communities to help direct and shape the way their area grows and develops into the future. A neighbourhood plan will form part of the development plan, which helps to determine planning applications.

What’s happening now? 

The independent examination of the plan has now concluded. Take a look at the examiners report here (399.8 KB) PDF . The district council now has to consider each of the examiner's recommendations, before making the final decision on whether the plan should proceed to a referendum.  Further information will be published in due course. 

The publicity period on the draft Shrivenham neighbourhood plan concluded on 1 October 2019. The comments received during the publicity period can be viewed here. 

The independent examiner, Andrew Ashcroft, has now issued a clarification note which can be viewed here (82.8 KB) PDF . The Parish Council response can be viewed here (265.6 KB) PDF and the District Council response can be viewed here.  (90.7 KB) PDF

The examiner's role is to make recommendations on the draft plan, and ultimately if the plan should proceed to referendum. 

Supporting Documents

More information on the process is available on our Neighbourhood Planning home page. If you would like to discuss neighbourhood planning with a member of the team, please contact us.

Last reviewed: 07 - 01 - 2020

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