Radley’s Future

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Development Steering Group

Radley Parish Council has set up a Steering Group to advise on progress with development of the Radley strategic housing sites, the implementation of Neighbourhood Plan policies and a programme to spend the £1.5m receipts due to the parish council from developers under the Community Infrastructure Levy. The terms of reference of the group are …

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Development at the Radley Strategic Sites

Planning applications have been submitted for all three of the housing strategic sites in Radley parish designated under the Vale of White Horse Local Plan Part 1. Information on progress with these applications and links to the planning application documents can be found on this page.

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The Neighbourhood Plan

The Radley Neighbourhood Plan sets planning and land use policies for the parish for the period to 2031, working within the framework of strategic policies in the Vale of White Horse Local Plan 2031. It was prepared by Radley Parish Council and made by the Vale of White Horse District Council on 10 October 2018 following an 87% vote in favour at a parish referendum held on 13 September 2018.

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Neighbourhood Plan documents

This page provides links to a large number of documents relevant to the Neighbourhood Plan including the statutory supporting documents, documents relating to the SEA, consultation responses and other material relating to RPC’s three consultation exercises, some relevant central and local government documents, reports of local surveys, topic group reports and notes of meetings with stakeholders.

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Pre-Neighbourhood Plan consultations

This page contains information on the consultations undertaken in 2010 for the Parish Plan, in 2014 by the Save Radley Village campaign and in March 2015 by Radley College.

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The Government is supporting plans to transform the Oxford – Milton Keynes – Cambridge arc into a world-leading economic area, acting as a testbed for innovation. The plans to build an Expressway to link Oxford and Cambridge is a part of that vision. One of the routes under consideration would leave the A34 at Lodge …

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