Adderbury - May 2020
Following the submission of a Community Governance Review petition from West Adderbury Residents Association, full Council were asked to set up a working group to look at the request to split the existing parish into two separate parishes.
An initial report was considered at the meeting on 20 May 2020, and all recommendations were approved. The recommendations included setting up a working group, and approving the timetable for the review, which would be completed by February 2021. The terms of reference gave more details about the process of the review.
Full Council have now considered the final recommendations, and agreed that no changes should be made to the parish arrangements in Adderbury.
There were two formal consultation stages during the review. The first one ran from Monday 29 June through to Friday 28 August, and the second from Monday 2 November to Monday 4 January 2021. Every household in Adderbury received a consultation document through the post, which provided more information about the request to separate the parish. The documents were also available electronically.
Final Recommendations - February 2021
The Working Group considered all of the consultation responses received, and prepared their final recommendations, which were considered on 22 February 2021
- Read the final recommendations of the Working Group - published 1 February
- Read the second stage consultation responses, and additional correspondence received - published 1 February
- View the graphs which illustrate the responses to each question - published 1 February
- Read the West Adderbury Residents Association response to the second consultation - published 1 February
- Read the Adderbury Parish Council response to the second consultation - published 1 February
The recommendations will be considered by full Council on Monday 22 February, and the agenda for the meeting will be published on Friday 12 February.
Second consultation - November 2020
- Read the second stage consultation letter
- See the map with two possible ward boundary locations
- Potential electorates for each ward - added on Thursday 26 November 2020, following a query from a resident. If two wards were created, and the boundary between them was the Sor Brook, ‘West’ Adderbury would have an electorate of approximately 690, and ‘East’ Adderbury approximately 1750.
If the ward boundary were to be the A4260/Oxford Road, ‘West’ Adderbury’s electorate would be approximately 991, with ‘East’ Adderbury approximately 1449
The Working Group considered all of the consultation responses received, and prepared a report with draft recommendations that was considered by full Council on Monday 19 October (item 11 refers).
- Read the Yes consultation responses, and additional correspondence received - published 9 October
- Read the No consultation responses, and additional correspondence received - published 9 October
- Read the undecided consultation responses - published 9 October
- View the amended maps, a newspaper cutting and campaigning leaflet that was received - published 9 October
- Read the West Adderbury Residents Association response to the first consultation - published 9 October
- Read the Adderbury Parish Council response to the first consultation - published 9 October
- Read the first stage consultation letter
- View the existing parish boundary
- See the proposed location of the new parish boundary
- See a zoomed in version of the proposed location of the new parish boundary - this was added on Tuesday 30 June following requests from residents of Adderbury. The dark red line in the centre of the map is the proposed boundary.
- Potential street split for proposed West Adderbury - this was added on Friday 3 July. There are 1,387 properties in Adderbury as of July 2020. Should the parish be split into two administrative areas, approximately 422 properties would come under West Adderbury Parish Council. The remaining 965 properties would come under the Parish Council (name to be agreed if the split goes ahead) on the east side of Adderbury
- Read the information that was included in the petition from West Adderbury Residents Association - please note that this is a document with the views of the West Adderbury Residents Association, Cherwell District Council (CDC) does not have any responsibility for the content. The publication of the document does not mean the views are endorsed by CDC.
The members of the working group are:
- Councillor Conrad Copeland
- Councillor Ian Corkin
- Councillor Shaida Hussain
- Councillor George Reynolds
- Councillor Les Sibley - replaced Councillor John Broad from 20 July
- Councillor Sean Woodcock