Year: 2016

Thame Town Council draft response to the Vale of Aylesbury Local Plan

25th August 2016

Photo credit: Crown Copyright and Ordnance Survey 2016. Thame Town Council have drafted a response to the Vale of Aylesbury Local Plan which can be found below. We welcome comments on this by the deadline of Monday 5th September 2016. This consultation has now closed. This is the third draft of a proposed response to AVDC , […]

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Thame Town Council submit response to the SODC Local Plan 2032

19th August 2016

Photo credit to Creative Skies, with thanks.   South Oxfordshire District Council Local Plan 2032 Consultation documents Thame Town Council Presentation (4th August 2016)   Send your comments (however brief) to: South Oxfordshire District Council, Planning Policy, 135 Eastern Avenue, Milton Park, Milton, Oxon, OX14 4SB or by email to Consultation closes: 19 August […]

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Thame Town Council Draft Response to the SODC Local Plan 2032

11th August 2016

South Oxfordshire District Council Local Plan 2032  Click the link above to see the consultation documents Click here to see the Thame Town Council Presentation made at the public meeting held at St Mary’s Church on the 4 August 2016. Key Issues are:-  600 more homes proposed for Thame 2.5 hectares of employment land Supermarket proposal at 1500 […]

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Have Your Say!

5th August 2016

Thame Town Council facilitated a very successful public meeting last night at St Mary’s Church,  in relation to the Draft South Oxfordshire District Council Local Plan 2032 preferred options for Thame. We put out just over 300 chairs but it was still standing room only! Thank you to everyone who attended. Thame Town Council is […]

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Public Meeting – Can Thame Cope With An Additional 600 New Homes?

19th July 2016

Thame Town Council is hosting a public meeting at St Mary’s Church, Thame at 7:30pm on Thursday 4 August 2016, to which all residents and businesses of Thame are invited. The Local Planning Authority for Thame, South Oxfordshire District Council (SODC), has recently launched a consultation on the Preferred Options for the New Local Plan […]

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SODC Refuse Tesco Planning Application

14th July 2016

South Oxfordshire District Council’s Planning Committee unanimously refused the application for a Tesco superstore on the current DAF site last night. Following the officer recommendation which can be viewed here.  

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Midsomer Workshop Success

12th July 2016

The Town Hall (aka Causton Town Hall) was the setting for a highly successful Midsomer Workshop on Wednesday 22nd June, attended by over 50 local businesses and residents. It was opened by the Mayor, Cllr Linda Emery, who commented, ‘People were surprised to learn how many episodes Thame has been in – it’s one of […]

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More Houses for Thame?

29th June 2016

Thame Town Council had an initial discussion of the South Oxfordshire District Council Local Plan 2032 Preferred Options consultation, as launched on Monday 27 June 2016, at its Neighbourhood Plan Continuity Committee meeting last night (Tuesday 28 June 2016). Great concern was expressed on the implications for Thame and its infrastructure.  Suggestions for Thame are […]

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Thame Marks Armed Forces Day

24th June 2016

Captain Rick Fletcher from the Ministry of Defence joined the Mayor of Thame and her cadet, Corporal Oscar Earls, at 10am on Friday 24 June 2016 to raise a flag to mark Armed Forces Day. The day is a chance to show support for the men and women who make up the Armed Forces community: from currently serving troops […]

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Another Award for Thame Food Festival

22nd June 2016

On Friday 17th June Alison Isherwood  and Lotte Duncan from Thame Food Festival joined many others at the Four Pillars Hotel, Sanford to celebrate the best of Oxfordshire business. Belmond Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons and Oxford Christmas Market were in the same category – strong competition for this brilliant award sponsored by Heart FM. Festival Patron  […]

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