The original planning along with the full list of technical reports and design considerations submitted to the Vale of White Horse District Council can be viewed here. Alternatively, you can search planning reference: P22/V0550/O on the council’s planning portal.
A copy of the council’s decision notice, stating their reasons for refusal can be found as part of the application downloads under the heading ‘The Decision’.
Following the council’s refusal, A Statement of Case has been produced which sets out David Wilson Home’s response to the council’s decision. This also outlines the grounds for seeking an appeal and can be read here.
A planning appeal is a formal procedure to determine a planning application that has been refused by a local planning authority. An appeal is made to the Planning Inspectorate, who then appoints an Inspector to manage the appeal process.
The appeal for this planning application will be determined through a public inquiry which will involve David Wilson Homes (the appellant) and The Vale of White Horse District Council each stating their case, in person, for why permission should or should not be granted. Both sides are considered before a final decision is made by the Inspector, either to uphold the council’s original decision or to reverse the refusal and grant permission.
Since the original planning application, small revisions have been made the scheme’s Parameter Plan, Landscape Plan and Framework Plan. These amended plans can be viewed below: