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Displaying items by tag: Landscapes - CPRE Oxfordshire

In a major new report, CPRE has gathered evidence from across England which reveals unprecedented pressure on our most treasured countryside following the Coalition's planning reforms.

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Published in News archive
Thursday, 21 March 2013 10:08

CPRE calls City to account on Port Meadow

CPRE Oxfordshire has begun a legal challenge to the planning permission that allowed the construction of the University’s accommodation blocks on Roger Dudman Way, on the edge of Port Meadow.

Published in News

2 October 2012

Oxford City Council needs to respect the wishes of local residents and protect both allotments and the green space at East Minchery Farm.

Published in News archive

13 September 

Over the next two weeks, the Council’s plans for allocating housing at a number of sites across the city will be scrutinised by a Planning Inspector.

Published in News archive
Tuesday, 11 September 2012 00:00

Oxford's lost landscapes

11 September

The potential loss of some of Oxford's green spaces to developments prompted CPRE member Sarah Milliken to organise an exhibition of artworks.

Published in News archive
Wednesday, 11 July 2012 00:00

Barton housing plans: too few green spaces

11 July 2012 

The Oxford City committee of the Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) says that the plan to build hundreds of houses on a site between Barton and Northway contains too few green spaces.

Published in News archive
Wednesday, 25 July 2012 00:00

Warneford Meadow Friends consider purchase

1 July 2012

Following the Department of Health's decision to sell Warneford Meadow, its agents Savills have invited local and community groups to submit expressions of interest in purchasing the property. The Friends of Warneford Meadows (FoWM) have registered such an interest.

Published in News archive
Monday, 22 August 2011 08:39

What we think about wind turbines

Wind turbines can be beneficial in capturing CO2-free energy, but in a county like Oxfordshire, where winds are light and sporadic, we don’t think they’re appropriate.

Published in The issues
Friday, 19 August 2011 15:59

We care about water

We are very conscious of how important water is as a creator and conserver of our cherished landscape and natural world. The stress and damage caused by drought or flood are self evident.

Published in The issues
Thursday, 18 August 2011 14:42

What we think about landscapes

The diversity of the Oxfordshire landscape is being steadily eroded. There is a spreading blandness and loss of character afflicting Oxford and our small towns and the countryside in which they are set. We're ending up with 'anywhere places'.

Published in In depth
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