Temporary Traffic Regulation Notice – S14 Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 Emergency Road Closure – flooding across various locations in Oxfordshire Oxfordshire County Council is currently dealing with many roads that are subject to severe flooding, and a number have … Continue reading
Flood Response Update – Monday 6th January Water levels continue to rise in Oxfordshire with additional flood warnings having been imposed this afternoon on the River Thames in Abingdon and West Oxford. The county council will be operating a single … Continue reading
In view of the Met Office weather warnings, we have been sent the following advice from the Business Continuity Manager from Oxfordshire County Council: You will probably be aware that we are in for a wet and windy 24 hours … Continue reading
As you are aware the Joint Henley Harpsden Neighbourhood Plan will set out a vision for the future of Henley and Harpsden to 2027. Working Groups made up of volunteers from both Henley and Harpsden have been developing the Neighbourhood … Continue reading
Public consultation is being held on potential housing sites and the draft vision, objectives and site selection criteria for the Joint Henley Harpsden Neighbourhood Plan between 13 December 2013 & 13 January 2014.
Please do come along to the consultation at the Town Hall tomorrow Friday 13th December from 12 noon- 8.30pm and Saurday 14th December from 10am – 4.30pm, and encourage others to do so. There will be a lot of information available and you can talk to the site promoters' representatives.
More information is available at http://www.jhhnp.co.uk/news/
Temporary Traffic Regulation Order – S14(1) & (7) Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 Temporary Speed Limit of 10mph and “No Waiting” Restriction. Prohibition of Waiting and 10mph Speed Limit. At Shiplake, on the A4155 to allow Convoy Working in … Continue reading
Oxfordshire County Council is today launching a new consultation on proposals to reduce the amount it spends on home-to-school transport – following a decision in July to look again at the plans.
Under the current policy, some children receive free transport despite attending schools which are not the nearest available to them. In some cases, children receive free transport to their catchment school even though an alternative school exists within walking distance.
This level of provision is more generous than the national statutory level and is not considered sustainable given the on-going pressure on public finances and the need for the council to identify potential savings across all service areas.
For more information, please click on the document below:
Home To School
South Oxfordshire District Council has commenced a Community Governance Review of the whole of the district. The purpose of this review is to enable the council to consider what changes, if any, are needed to the existing parish arrangements within the district. The … Continue reading
The Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) is holding a public meeting in Didcot next month. The event will be an opportunity for the PCC along with the Local Police Area Commander, Andy Boyd, to meet and greet residents and deliver presentations … Continue reading
SODC has committed to finding land for at least 400 new homes in Henley and Harpsden. You can help to decide where these new homes will be and what are the other key issues for the 2 communities by getting involved … Continue reading