The list below highlights the evidence produced or used specifically for the Sonning Common Plan.
When evidence was produced by others, they are named in brackets. Note that all data drawn from the 2011 Census was based on areas slightly different to that of the Sonning Common parish.
a) Housing and Housing Needs Study (Oxfordshire Rural Community Council)
3) Community evidence, which includes information relevant to all other evidence
5) Report on traffic (Ben Hamilton-Baillie*)
b) NDP Traffic
6) Ecology study (Rod d’Ayala):
7) Site selection:
a) Map of sites considered, prior to inclusion of SON 15A
c) Site selection summary report (Place Studio)
d) Landscape and Visual Impact Assessment (Potterton Associates)
e) Accessibility Assessment, which also support the sport and recreation policies (Stuart Michael Associates)
10) Sonning Common Character Assessment (Place Studio)
* This extremely short report was the outcome of a day’s visit. Although mostly drafted as a proposal for further work, it includes key points about traffic and movement issues with Sonning Common.
The Sustainability Appraisal can also be examined on the parish website.
Those policies that are in the South Oxfordshire District Council Core Strategy (2012) and which also apply to the Sonning Common Neighbourhood Development Plan are listed below. (This does not include those policies that do not apply to Sonning Common, for example about Green Belt or Didcot specifically).
• CSS1: The Overall Strategy
• CSM1: Transport (Partsv,vi,vii,viii,ixandx)
• CSM2: Transport Assessments and Transport Plans
• CSEM1: Supporting Successful Economy
• CSEM2: The Amount and Distribution of Employment
• CSEM4: Supporting Economic Development
• CSH1: Amount and Distribution of Housing
• CSH4: Meeting Housing Needs
• CST1: Town Centres and Shopping
• CSR1: Housing in Villages
• CSR2: Employment in Rural Areas
• CSEN1: Landscape (Except iii)
• CSEN3: Historic Environment
• CSQ2: Sustainable Design and Construction (Except ii)
• CSQ3: Design
• CSG1: Green Infrastructure
• CSB1: Conservation and Improvement of Biodiversity
These policies can be found on the South Oxfordshire District Council web site.