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Pub Fights Virus

As a response to the Coronavirus, The Plough Inn is offering a takeaway and delivery service for a limited menu.  In the meantime, The Plough remains open. Landlord Liam Carberry said: “These are difficult times for everyone including small businesses … Continue reading

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Revised Plans Comments Deadline

A reminder that the deadline for comments on Vanderbilt’s revised ‘Reserved Matters’ planning application is today (19th March) Following a wealth of adverse comments by statuary bodies, the Parish Council and many residents, on the original plans, Vanderbilt submitted revised … Continue reading

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Vanderbilt Homes Update

Vanderbilt Homes has submitted another amendment to its planning application for the housing development on the corner of Fieldside and Didcot Road. This is another ‘discharge of conditions’ which means it deals with one of the conditions specified by the … Continue reading

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Revised Plans Submitted

Vanderbilt Homes submitted the ‘Reserved Matters’ planning application for its housing development on the corner of Fieldside and Didcot Road in November last year.  The application covered issues such as landscaping, layout and design, scale, and market and affordable housing … Continue reading

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Vanderbilt Homes Update

Vanderbilt Homes has submitted another amendment to its planning application for the housing development on the corner of Fieldside and Didcot Road. This is another ‘discharge of conditions’ which means that it deals with one of the conditions specified by … Continue reading

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South News – February Edition

Residents who are not already subscribers to South Oxfordshire District Council’s digital newsletter “South News” may like to download the latest edition here.  

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Village Exhibition for Archaeology Finds

Vanderbilt Homes, the developers of the housing site on the corner of Fieldside and Didcot Road, plans to exhibit findings from its archaeological dig at an exhibition for the school and villagers. As part of its obligations in developing the … Continue reading

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Going, Going, Gone!

In gale force winds and rain, the last remnant of Didcot Power Station, the 654 feet chimney, came crashing to the ground yesterday morning (9th February). It was the end of an era for the coal-fired power station – victim … Continue reading

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Preparing for Storm Ciara

Residents will be aware that Storm Ciara is on the way and it is likely that there will be high winds and heavy rain across the East of England and South East this weekend. Scottish and Southern Electricity Networks (SSEN), … Continue reading

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Didcot Road Works Consultation Deadline

The deadline for comments on Oxfordshire Council Council’s (OCC) plans to realign the Didcot Road, install a zebra crossing and new traffic calming, to facilitate the Vanderbilt housing development on the corner of Didcot Road and Fieldside is Friday 14th … Continue reading

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