Henley Standard Property
HOME

Date:

Order your copy Advertise with us! HENLEY PAGES
Delivering the news from Henley on Thames and South Oxfordshire for over 100 years
  News     Sport    Celebrity   What's On Regulars Community Info Henley Standard TV Lifestyle Property Jobs Classifieds Gallery Trade
                               Follow us    Follow us    Newsfeed Search the Henley Standard  
All sections of community join in neighbourhood plan
Published 18/01/14



BUSINESSES and students are being asked to contribute to the joint Henley and Harpsden neighbourhood plan.

A seminar will take place at the town hall from 12.30pm to 2pm on Tuesday and will include a presentation by consultants Nexus Planning.

Meanwhile, students at The Henley College are being asked to fill in a questionnaire about the town’s future, including ways to improve the centre. Councillor Dieter Hinke, who chairs the neighbourhood planning governance committee, said it was important that all sections of the community had their say.

“The neighbourhood plan is not purely about looking at sites for housing,” he said.

More than 200 questionnaires were completed by residents following two public consultation sessions at the town hall last month. About 450 people attended the sessions, which included an exhibition of the 19 possible housing sites and where developers, experts and councillors were on hand to answer questions.

Cllr Hinke said this showed that residents were engaging with the plan. One respondent attached four pages of additional comments to the two-page questionnaire.

“It has taken us a long time but I think we have got the message across,” he said. “We are trying to get the public involved as much as we can. I feel that these meetings achieved that. Nexus has always said that our neighbourhood plan is the most open they have come across.”

Councillor Will Hamilton said: “The residents of Henley should be congratulated for how they approached these meetings. I was quite impressed with some of the objective questions people asked.”

Nexus is evaluating all the responses for discussion at the committee’s next meeting. For more information about the plan, visit www.jhhnp.co.uk


Published 18/01/14

MOST POPULAR
Homeless man leaves Henley
Motorcyclist killed in lorry collision
Shops for sale
Woman switched labels to claim refunds
River legacy behind winning Christmas card
The Station House re-opens
New plan for family archive at Friar Park
Doc Martin stars at Dorchester Abbey concert
LATEST NEWS HEADLINES
Hospice helped me cope with losing parents
Henley parties on in the cold
Henley College welcomes new principal
Living Advent Day4: Buble fills Phyllis Court
Hard luck dogs star in charity calendar
Cuts threat to care of elderly
200 homes at pig farm
Budget agreed for expert defence of plan
Living Advent Day3: Idyllic backdrop for trio
Railway nativity
Students achieve Duke of Edinburgh Gold Award
Leaving the leaves could be dangerous
Latest Video View more from   Henley Standard TV
ADVERTISE WITH US
LATEST SPORTS HEADLINES
Leander Club’s new captain named
The art of sport
Woolven gets GB call up
Henley’s junior quad lead way at Hampton
New stand completed
Top Videos
 
Most Popular
 
 
 
 
Higgs Group
HIGGS GROUP
Tel: 01491 419400
www.higgsgroup.co.uk
HENLEY PAGES
Tel: 01491 419419
www.henleypages.com
HIGGS PRINTING & DESIGN
Tel: 01491 419429
www.higgsprinting.co.uk
HIGGS OFFICE SUPPLIES
Tel: 01491 419499
www.higgsofficesupplies.co.uk
HENLEY LIFE MAGAZINE
Tel: 01491 419449
www.henleylife.co.uk
HIGGS GROUP, Caxton House, 1 Station Road, Henley on Thames, Oxfordshire, RG9 1AD.

Cookie Policy | Copyright and Terms | Competition Rules | Contact Us | Advertise with us | Site Map
© Higgs & Co (Printers) Limited 2016  |  Registered in England number 1418717