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CPRE Oxfordshire is today (Thursday 15 May) launching a new campaign – Protect Rural Oxfordshire (PRO) – to challenge the Oxfordshire Strategic Housing Market Assessment (SHMA), which suggests that 100,000 houses are needed in Oxfordshire by 2031, up from an earlier estimate of 54,700.

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Thursday, 24 April 2014 13:20

Woodstock under housing threat

Woodstock Action Group is asking for your support in objecting to a new housing development proposed for former playing fields.   

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Wednesday, 23 April 2014 12:57

1,000 houses proposed at Alvescot Downs

An application for over 1,000 houses has been submitted at Alvescot Downs, Carterton. The site was rejected in the draft Local Plan but the Council's current lack of 5 Year Housing Supply could see it sneak through.

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The Vale of White Horse draft Local Plan is proposing 1,700 houses at seven sites in the Green Belt.   But it is also suggesting taking nearly 20 more sites out of the Green Belt to make development easier in the future.  How many holes can you put in a belt before it falls apart?  

Please respond to the consultation by 4 April.

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Tuesday, 11 March 2014 12:02

'Staggering' Oxfordshire housing figures

A new piece of research has suggested that Oxfordshire needs 100,000 more houses by 2031 - an increase of nearly 40%!

Please let your District Councils know that these figures are not sound, not achievable and not wanted!

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Monday, 25 February 2013 14:38

Kingston Bagpuize fights housing onslaught

CPRE Oxfordshire adds its voice to those of residents objecting to plans to build 100s of homes in their village

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A 'land grab' by developers in the Vale of the White Horse threatens the integrity of the ancient village of Great Coxwell

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West Oxfordshire District Council (WODC) published its Draft Local Plan (DLP) in November and we have responded to their proposals.

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We were invited by The Oxford Times to answer the question: should thousands of homes be built south of Grenoble Road? No, of course they shouldn't.

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Thursday, 29 November 2012 10:07

Wrong on housing, wrong on the countryside

Planning minister Nick Boles is wrong on housing, wrong on the countryside. His call to increase the urbanised area of England is provocative and unnecessary, and casts a shadow over at least 25% of our undisturbed countryside.

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