DEVELOPERS and landowners have been asked to provide information about their sites to see if they can be incorporated into
DEVELOPERS and landowners have been asked to provide information about their sites to see if they can be incorporated into the joint Henley and Harpsden neighbourhood plan.
They will need to do this by the end of the month so that each site can be evaluated by the working groups.
The sites will be discussed by the groups early next month and public consultation on the options will take place in the town hall on December 13 and 14 when developers will also be invited to display their information.
Residents will then be asked to choose their preferred areas for development, alongside considering other aspects of the neighbourhood plan.
Earlier this month, more than 100 people attended the first working group sessions at the town hall and over a three-day period examined issues and opportunities for housing, retail, transport, environment and social infrastructure.
The next workshops will be held between November 4 and 7.
To take part in the working groups, download a form from www.jhhnp.co.uk or visit www.facebook.com/jhhnp