A DOCUMENT that outlines future housing growth in Henley and Harpsden has been sent off for inspection.
Henley Town Council has submitted the parishes' joint neighbourhood plan to South Oxfordshire District Council, which it voted to do last month.
The two parishes must take 450 homes by 2027 to meet housing targets and the plan names the sites where they will go.
If it is approved by a referendum, it will be legally binding so developers will not be able to build elsewhere.
The district council is expected to launch a six-month public consultation within the next two or three weeks.
An independent inspector will then scrutinise the plan to decide whether it is fit to go to a referendum in the autumn.