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As Oxford City Council gets to work on its development plan through to 2036, it's asking for your initial views on issues such as housing, jobs and green space.  We think its a good chance to speak up for sustainable development, rather than just 'growth'! Consultation closes 12 August.

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Wednesday, 27 July 2016 07:56

Osney Mead site must focus on housing

CPRE believes this central Oxford brownfield site must prioritise housing over more job creation.

Consultation extended until 29 July.

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CPRE Oxfordshire has launched a new campaign to Save the Oxford Green Belt and protect the historic City of Oxford. Our Green Belt is under threat as never before and we need your help to protect it for future generations!

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CPRE Oxfordshire has launched a new campaign to Save the Oxford Green Belt and protect the historic City of Oxford. 

The Oxford Green Belt is under threat as never before - we need your help to protect it for future generations!

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A public consultation, where the University's vision and masterplan for the redevelopment of the Osney Mead Industrial Estate will be displayed, takes place on Wednesday, 6 July, at the Kings Centre, Osney Mead.

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The City Council is to produce a new Local Plan for Oxford. Its 'First Steps' consultation will start on 27 June 2016.

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Friday, 27 May 2016 10:22

City's 'Greater Oxford' report

A new Oxford City report has revealed its proposals to build over 11,000 houses in the Oxford Green Belt, to the North and South of the City.

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Monday, 25 April 2016 21:08

Northern Gateway emerging proposals

Despite concerns over traffic congestion, air pollution and threats to the Green Belt, the Northern Gateway area of Oxford has been allocated for development.   Developers are now consulting on their initial proposals.

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Monday, 29 February 2016 09:23

Oxford Flood Relief Channel

The Environment Agency has been consulting on plans for a large flood relief channel to the West of Oxford, but is this really an opportunity to think about the whole upper catchment and how best to manage it for people and nature?

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Monday, 29 February 2016 08:44

Shame on you

Oxford City Council accepts University’s mitigation offer on Port Meadow, failing to tackle damage to landscape and heritage.

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