Tuesday, 17 October 2017

Advert set for refusal

PLANS to erect a large advertisement for new retirement flats in Henley have been recommended for refusal.

PLANS to erect a large advertisement for new retirement flats in Henley have been recommended for refusal.

McCarthy and Stone wants to set up the hoarding at the former Jet garage in Reading Road, where it is hoping to build 53 assisted living units for elderly people with care needs.

It has filed a planning application for the development but Henley Town Council opposes it because the site is earmarked for 55 ordinary homes in the town’s neighbourhood plan.

The council’s planning committee says the advert should be rejected on the same grounds. South Oxfordshire District Council will make the decision.





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