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Thursday, 04 December 2014 10:47

Vale Green Belt at risk

The Vale Local Plan proposes taking twenty-two sites out of the Green Belt.

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Come along to our public meeting to find out more about the threats to the Vale countryside in the Vale's draft Local Plan.

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Tuesday, 18 November 2014 16:03

Vale Local Plan Consultation

A crucial opportunity to object to unsoundness of Vale's draft Local Plan by 19 December.

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Thursday, 18 September 2014 09:14

The next steps for the Vale's Local Plan 2031

CPRE Oxforshire says revised Local Plan still represents a significant attack on the rural Vale, including the north Wessex Down AONB.

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CPRE Oxfordshire deplores City Council's latest attempt to expand into its surrounding Green Belt.

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CPRE Oxfordshire is shocked that the City Council has increased the amount of employment space allocated in the proposed Northern Gateway Area Action Plan (AAP) by 25,000m2, above the level previously agreed by an Inspector. 

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Thursday, 03 July 2014 11:52

Kick this idea off the pitch

Councillor Ian Hudspeth, Leader of Oxfordshire County Council, has today advocated a new stadium for Oxford United at Water Eaton, in the Oxford Green Belt.

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The proposed Botley District Centre would visually intrude on the Green Belt and harm the setting of a number of Oxford's Heritage assets including St George's Tower, Castle Mound and Carfax Tower.  

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South Oxfordshire District Council has produced a revised Local Plan to meet the SHMA housing target outlining possible options for the allocation of new housing, including a new town between Walllingford and Thame, and building in the Oxford Green Belt.

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Wednesday, 18 June 2014 13:44

Protect Rural Oxfordshire

Protect Rural Oxfordshire (PRO) 

Help us to challenge unsustainable new housing targets

In the summer of 2014, CPRE Oxfordshire launched a new campaign – Protect Rural Oxfordshire (PRO) – to challenge the unrealistic and deeply flawed housing figures proposed in the Oxfordshire Strategic Housing Market Assessment and to fight for a more sustainable vision for the future of our county.

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