THE Henley College has offered its land for housing development in the hope of being able to relocate.
It has offered its Deanfield and Rotherfield campuses for inclusion in the joint Henley and Harpsden neighbourhood plan.
The move comes as the extended public consultation on the draft plan ends today (Friday).
The college says it has been approached by several developers who have offered to build a new single campus, which could cost up to £50 million.
It believes its current sites, along with a smaller plot it owns behind Henley Youth Centre in Deanfield Avenue, could take 400 homes.