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Resident turnout needed at Inquiry from tomorrow

Hi 

It would be great to get a large resident turnout at the Public Inquiry into the large scale retirement development proposed for the green fields between the Reading Road, New Road and Baskerville Lane. Yhe Inquiry starts tomorrow at 10.00am at Henley Rugby Club and runs through until the 18th Sept. By turning up and signing the register you will provide much needed support to the parish council and the Local Authority who are vehemently opposed to this development. We do need to fight unwanted speculative commercial development on green spaces.

The more of us that can turn up the the greater the impact.

Tudor Taylor

Posted by: Tudor Taylor | 09/09/2019 9:58 am

Just for info: The inquiry starts again Tuesday 17th September at 9:30 and the site visit is currently planned for wednesday morning.

Posted by: Joanne Stone | 13/09/2019 3:59 pm

Sorry you’re right: it was originally ear-marked only for commercial in the Henley and Harpsden plan, and stuck in my head as that- now being a bit of both. Sorry

Posted by: Joanne Stone | 11/09/2019 4:23 pm

Joanne Stone states "The Wyvale site already has permission for its redevelopment into housing." Have a look at Planning application P18/S0951/O because that is not what I understand from that report.

Posted by: Edward P Harding | 11/09/2019 10:55 am

Actually I am wrong, now I am here the timetable says 10 am today, and 9:30 for wed, Thursday, fri 13th and Tuesday 17th.

Posted by: Joanne Stone | 10/09/2019 9:32 am

Hi, just to remind anyone considering coming that the hearing starts at 9:30 on today.

Posted by: Joanne Stone | 10/09/2019 9:17 am

The Wyvale site already has permission for its redevelopment into housing.

Posted by: Joanne Stone | 09/09/2019 11:55 am

As it is a commercial development what about the old Wyevale Garden Centre site? It is such an eyesore and it is not available for housing development like Thames Farm (Or should I say Regency Place?). There would be strong opposition to a supermarket or a garage filling station there. Garden centres are struggling with supermarkets and DIY centres like Tesco and B&Q selling plants so there is never likely to be another garden centre there.

Posted by: Edward P Harding | 09/09/2019 10:36 am

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