The Village has now had it’s say.
SeaJay Designs

Reports

The first official stage of Ewelme Neighbourhood Plan preparation has now been completed. This consists of agreement between the Village and SODC of the designation of the area that will be considered as included in our  Neighbourhood Plan. Click this link to see the official confirmation, which includes an excellent potted history of Ewelme, providing an evolved character witness into the historic rural village in which we all live.

Objective and Vision Voting Results

Here is the report from the survey into the community response to the proposed vision and objectives.

 A leaflet was created that introduced the vision and objectives of the proposed Ewelme Neighbourhood Plan, and a simple form offered the following responses:   “I support the Vision and Objectives of Ewelme’s Neighbourhood Plan” Or “I do NOT support the Vision and Objectives of Ewelme’s Neighbourhood Plan”   We provided an opportunity for other comments – whether supporting or not. To keep responses simple, the only details requested were names, addresses and email address (optional).   Flyers were distributed by volunteers during 7-11th April and promoted on the Ewelme Neighbourhood Plan website. To ensure full accessibility, the survey was made available using the  physical flyers and an on-line voting form.   The results have now been analysed and are: Total responses: 144 Numbers that said ‘I support….’ :   143 Numbers that said ‘I DO NOT support….’ : 1 Papers spoiled :   0

Here we have the adopted map showing the accepted boundaries of the Parish of Ewelme. The greater part  of Ewelme

Parish lies within The Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). The boundary from the North-West is

down Eyre’s Lane and Green Lane. The central part, following the Street and the Watercress Beds, is also defined

 as a Conservation area.

Ewelme
The Web Site for our Neighbourhood Plan
 Click on the map for a full page version A Flowchat has been devised to show the complete programme of events required to produce our Neigbourhood Plan from start to finish. This will be updated regularly to show progress. Click on chart for pdf version This Bar Chart depicts the result of an initial survey for residents to express what they thought were the most important considerations for our village.

Ewelme Area Designation - Now confirmed!

This page is reserved as a placeholder for various items of relevant interest.
Neighbourhood Project Plan Now Published Comprehensive details of the expected schedule for the publication of the Ewelme  Neighbourhood Plan are now available here. Click the thumbnail to see this version in pdf format for printing or on-screen study
Glossary of Terms Throughout the process of producing a Neighbourhood Plan and deciding upon local policies, terms will be used ,including abbreviations, that may not be familiar to all. Click the thumbnail below to see a glossary of such terms together with an explanation as to their meanings.

Schedule of Events

Here is the leaflet that was distributed to all households in July. It explains the timeline involved in proceeding with the next phase of producing our Neighbourhood Plan. Click on image for full version.

Facts and Figures about Ewelme

This newly prepared report provides a great deal of interesting data about the population of Ewelme. Click here to open it.
Article for Ewelme News The Village is preparing itself for the distribution and collection of the Neighbourhood Plan Questionnaire during August and September,  where all residents will be asked for information about themselves and opinions on how they wish the Village of Ewelme to evolve over the  next 15 years.   Click here to see a recent article written for publication in the widely distributed Ewelme News, explaining why the Neighbourhood Plan is so importantto ensure that any land use matters are controlled by indigenous residents rather than speculative developers.

Click the Image to load the PowerPoint file

Ewelme
The Web Site of our Neighbourhood Plan
The Village has has now had it’s say.
SeaJay Designs

Reports

Here we have the adopted map showing the accepted

boundaries of the Parish of Ewelme. The greater part  of

Ewelme Parish lies within The Chilterns Area of Outstanding

Natural Beauty (AONB). The boundary from the North-West is

down Eyre’s Lane and Green Lane. The central part, following

 the Street and the Watercress Beds, is also defined as a

Conservation area.

Click on the map for a full page version

A Flowchart has been devised to show the complete programme

 of events required to produce our Neigbourhood Plan from

start to finish. This will be updated regularly to show progress.

Click on chart for pdf version

This Bar Chart depicts the result of an initial survey for

residents to express what they thought were the most

important considerations for our village.

Objective and Vision Voting Results

Here is the report from the survey into the community

response to the proposed vision and objectives.

 A leaflet was created that introduced the vision and objectives of the proposed Ewelme Neighbourhood Plan, and a simple form offered the following responses:   “I support the Vision and Objectives of Ewelme’s Neighbourhood Plan” Or “I do NOT support the Vision and Objectives of Ewelme’s Neighbourhood Plan”   We provided an opportunity for other comments – whether supporting or not. To keep responses simple, the only details requested were names, addresses and email address (optional).   Flyers were distributed by volunteers during 7-11th April and promoted on the Ewelme Neighbourhood Plan website. To ensure full accessibility, the survey  was made available using the  physical flyers and an on-line voting form.   The results have now been analysed and are: Total responses: 144 Numbers that said ‘I support….’ :   143 Numbers that said ‘I DO NOT support….’ : 1 Papers spoiled :   0
This page is reserved as a placeholder for various items of relevant interest.
Ewelme Area Designation - Now confirmed! The first official stage of Ewelme Neighbourhood Plan preparation has now been completed. This consists of agreement between the Village and SODC of the designation of the area that will be considered as included in our  Neighbourhood Plan. Click this link to see the official confirmation, which includes an excellent potted history of Ewelme, providing an evolved character witness into the historic rural village in which we all live.
Neighbourhood Project Plan Now Published Comprehensive details of the expected schedule for the publication of the Ewelme Neighbourhood Plan are now available here. Click the thumbnail to see this version in pdf format for printing or on-screen study Throughout the process of producing a Neighbourhood Plan and deciding upon local policies, terms will be used ,including abbreviations, that may not be familiar to all. Click the thumbnail below to see a glossary of such terms together with an explanation as to their meanings.

Glossary of Terms

Schedule of Events

Here is the leaflet that was distributed to all households in July. It explains the timeline involved in proceeding with the next phase of producing our Neighbourhood Plan. Click on image for full version.

Facts and Figures about Ewelme

This newly prepared report provides a great deal of interesting data about the population of Ewelme. Click here to open it.
Article for Ewelme News The Village is preparing itself for the distribution and collection of the Neighbourhood  Plan Questionnaire during August and September, where all residents will be asked  for information about themselves and opinions on how they wish the Village of Ewelme  to evolve over the next 15 years.   Click here to see a recent article written for publication in the widely distributed  Ewelme News, explaining why the Neighbourhood Plan is so importantto ensure that any land use matters are controlled by indigenous residents  rather than speculative developers.

Click the Image to load the PowerPoint file