The Watlington Neighbourhood Development Plan has been evolving over the past four years and the time for you to vote is fast approaching

Say 'YES'  - When it matters most!

We are passionate about preserving the unique nature of our historic town whilst planning for the new houses that are needed and as required by Government and District policy   

 As residents of Watlington, we think we are very fortunate....we are proud of our market town  

  • We have a comprehensive Doctors' Surgery - The Chiltern Surgery
  • We have an independent Dental Surgery
  • We have a fire station and a Community police office
  • We have a well run Care home
  • We have excellent recreation facilities covering football, tennis and cricket with facilities for other sports
  • We have schools with a first class reputation - primary and secondary
  • We have a balance of shops for everyday needs and speciality requirements 
  • We have four pubs, a fish and chips shop and an Indian restaurant
  • We are the hub for a number of surrounding villages and settlements
  • We have wonderful countryside and walks near to the town
  • We have over 50 clubs and organisations
  • We still have a library and we also have a vet
  • We still have a post office  
  • We have two estate agents
  • We have three churches 


The rules for the campaign are very strict and are set by the Electoral Commission.The Parish Council is not allowed to campaign for a ‘Yes’ vote at the referendum but has to remain neutral even though it initiated the WNDP and is the official ‘accountable body’ for it. Members of the parish council can join the campaign as individuals but not as councillors

The Watlington Neighbourhood Development Plan Forum was set up by the parish council and reports directly to it so members of the Forum Coordination Group are also not allowed to be part of the campaign as members of the Forum but can join the campaign as individuals

No public money can be spent on the campaign and campaign posters etc cannot be displayed on public buildings or street furniture. As a result of these regulations, the WatYES campaign has had to raise funds to pay for all the campaign materials including the leaflet, event posters etc.

New houses are needed to satisfy demand for all sectors of the community from young couples and growing families to more elderly, as well as catering for those wishing to move into our special town and join our community in the future. The Watlington Neighbourhood Plan has paid heed to the consultations and a housing survey and we think will deliver what is needed and what is wanted

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Click on the green announcement bar to go straight to the WNDP web site for easy reference

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