IT is still not known whether a second consultation on Henley’s neighbourhood plan is needed.
The town council, which is overseeing the process, is awaiting information on three potential housing sites that were offered up in July.
It expects to receive this in the next few days but will need time to process the data before recalling the plan’s volunteer working groups.
The draft plan named nine sites in the town and neighbouring Harpsden parish where 400 to 485 new homes could go by 2027.
A seven-week consultation was carried out in early summer but the three new sites weren’t submitted until just before it closed.