The VOWH have published their local plan for 2031. Driven by Government policy they have decided we need another 220 houses as per the map below..
Notice how they have “forgotten” to show existing planning applications approved already along Milton Road, not to mention other large scale developments like Amey’s and the Catholic Church site.
That is a total of 475 new homes in a little over 3 years – A nearly 50% increase in the size of our village – and still no sign of infrastructure improvement.
You can read more about the report on the VOWH site here
You can see details of what they have in store for us and other poor villages here Strategic Sites February 2014
And here is a picture taken recently from the proposed site, surface water is most definitely a problem here:
If you think you can help us fighting this in any way, please contact us, let us keep Sutton Courtenay rural.
Three representatives of TW outlined their role in relationship to planning & development. Continue reading
Dear KSCR Supporter,
The government policy that has caused all the trouble with poorly planned development on green field sites across the country is called the National Planning Policy Framework. There is a petition, started by those affected in Cheshire, to request that this policy is debated in parliament Continue reading
It has come to our attention that Thames Water will give you a rebate on your Water Services Bill if the surface water of your property does not drain into the sewer system. Continue reading
The Environment Agency has posted a Flood Alert for Ginge Brook from the Steventon area down to and including Sutton Courtenay on March 22nd at 21.01
The committee members have today filed their detailed objection to the proposed development by PYE and Redrow:
To read our full report, click KSCR_Report_20March2013
Tor read the Hydrology report, click KSCR_HydrologyReport
To read the traffic impact report, click KSCR_TrafficReport
Thank you for your support, we could not have done this without you…
Major new planning application on site between Didcot and Appleford… 2,000+ houses! The developers are not even sure themselves.
Do you think any of them are going to commute through our village?
You can take a look here:
The Committee presented their objections to the planning applications at a packed meeting in the village hall today.