Tuesday, 19 June 2018

Shop cleared of planning breach for selling hot drinks

Shop cleared of planning breach for selling hot drinks

A HENLEY shop has been cleared of allegations that it was breaching planning rules. Willow Basket, a whole foods store in Friday Street, was one of three businesses reported to South Oxfordshire District Council, the planning authority, by Ken Arlett,...

Neighbours object to house conversion plan

Neighbours object to house conversion plan

NEIGHBOURS are objecting plans to convert a house in Henley into four flats. Daryl Beech, of Luker Avenue, wants to add a two-storey side extension to the property. An application to turn the house into two flats was approved last year. A design and...
Residents split over proposed garage move

Residents split over proposed garage move

RESIDENTS are divided over plans by a garage in Sonning Common to relocate. Gary Catt, who owns Mike Farina Garage in Sedgewell Road, wants to move the business to land opposite Kidby’s Yard, off Kennylands Road. The business, which has been on its...
Pub housing

Pub housing

PLANS to knock down a former pub in Highmoor and build two houses have been approved. Brakspear plans to redevelop the site of the former Dog and Duck, off the B481, which closed in 2011. An outbuilding will also be knocked down to make way for the...
Ridgeway Run return

Ridgeway Run return

MORE than 60 buses, coaches and lorries will take part in a vintage vehicle rally on Sunday, starting in Henley. The Ridgeway Run, which is organised by the South Midlands branch of the Historic Commercial Vehicle Society, will set off from Station...

Councillor buys sight screens for cricket club

Councillor buys sight screens for cricket club

NEW sight screens have been installed at Henley Cricket Club after a donation from South Oxfordshire district councillor Lorraine ...

‘No’ to homes

PLANS for eight homes at Mount Ida, off Reading Road, Lower Shiplake, have been revised. But Henley Town Council’s planning committee ...

Sign criticised

PLANS for a new sign outside the W H Smith store in Henley have been opposed by town councillors. The retailer wants to replace the ...

Bin set to go

A WASTE bin at Woodclyffe Hall in Wargrave is set to be removed. Parish councillors say there is no need for the wheelie bin and it ...

Bikers abuse BMX track

USERS of the BMX track in Wargrave have been urged not to misuse it. The warning has been issued by Wargrave Parish Council after two ...

Water wasted

PUSH taps could be installed at the Woodclyffe allotments in Wargrave to stop people wasting water. Parish councillors say the ...

Developer faces more opposition to fence

PARISH councillors have backed residents who are opposed to fencing around four new properties in Peppard. They agreed to recommended ...

Councillors opposed to new homes

PLANS for dozens of new homes and a possible new care home in Woodcote have been recommended for refusal by the parish council. ...

Almshouses repair ‘more suited to shopping centre’

THE trustees of almshouses in Goring Heath have been criticised for carrying out resurfacing work without listed building consent. Two ...

Village pair trained how to officially identify potholes

Village pair trained how to officially identify potholes

TWO men from Shiplake have been trained to officially identify potholes because they want to rid them from the village’s streets. ...

Tories claim town council by-election victory

Tories claim town council by-election victory

CONSERVATIVE Laurence Plant claimed victory in Thursday’s town council by-election by more than 100 votes. He got 773 votes in the ...

Garden centre owner avoids legal action

Garden centre owner avoids legal action

LEGAL action against the owner of a garden centre near Wargrave who lost a long-running planning dispute has been dropped after a ...

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Charity to move back

THE Fish volunteer centre will move back to its base in Sonning Common in August. The building on the corner of Kennylands Road and Kidmore Lane was damaged when a Volkswagen Golf ... [more]

 

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