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EAST HAGBOURNE PARISH COUNCIL
Current Planning Applications
1. Land at rear of 40, New Road, East Hagbourne - P10/W1523(Amended). Erection of 3 bedroom detached house. New access roadway with turning & passing bay (as amplified by certificate B, received 1 November 2010).
You can view the applications online by going to www.southoxon.gov.uk and keying in the reference number in the “search” option at the top right hand side of the page.
Parish Council Meetings in 2010
Please put these dates in your diary/organiser:-
Next meeting: 13th January 2011 @ 8pm
All Parish Council meetings will commence at 7.30 pm on Thursdays in the Village Hall.
You are all always welcome! Your views are important to us.
CONTACT DETAILS: Parish Clerk, Mr Robin Parsley. Telephone: 814687. ParishClerk@easthagbourne.net
The Annual Parish Meeting will be held on 14th April
BUTTS PIECE - Latest news
The Parish Council is arranging for the kick-about area to be rolled to try and remove the lumps after comments by ball players. Two Working parties have been organized by Cynthia Napper to tidy up the Coppice and Wild areas. The Allotment holders managing committee have met twice and are formulating plans to add another water trough and to tidy up the communal areas.
Flooding Prevention - Update
SODC/Monson have carried out vegetation cutting along the lower channel from Blewbury Road. OCC have carried out work at Village Hall and Parsonage Lane and should be returning to lay a section of new road drain near Parsonage Lane.
Annual Parish Plan
OThe draft Parish Plan can be viewed on the Village Website and has been posted there for a period of public consultation prior to its presentation at the Annual Parish Meeting for discussion and acceptance. If you have any comments please pass them onto the Parish Clerk.
SODC - Adoption of Core Planning Strategy
TYour Parish Council has been busy attending meetings and presenting arguments to SODC in an attempt to keep their New Housing proposals in line with those previously agreed by SEERA. Other Villages have also been actively involved and the central thrust of the various arguments is that the basic transport infrastructure must be put in place before any extra housing is built. EHPC are also pushing strongly for a "green" gap to be maintained between Didcot and the Village to protect its identity. It would appear that the majority of the new housing will be to the North and West of Didcot.