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NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN MEETING 10TH MARCH

NEIGHBOURHOOD PLAN MEETING 10TH MARCH

What will Brightwell cum Sotwell look like in 15 years time? Will we have lots of new houses? Could we be joined to Wallingford? What type of new housing will we have and do we need any new business units? Will the parish population be diverse enough to sustain our core services such as the school, the shop and the pub? Do we want to build space age houses or medieval age?

The Parish Council is currently preparing a Neighbourhood Plan that is attempting to find a way forward to answer some of these questions and will be holding an open meeting at 7.30 pm on Thursday evening. All are welcome. The event will include an update on progress and an opportunity for you to help shape the next stage. Tea and coffee will be served after the presentations. The meeting will take place in St. Agatha's Church. Please do come along - the future shape of our settlements is quite literally ours to decide.

Follow the links below to view relevant documents (in .pdf format):

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