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Despite public concerns about the suitability of proposed P&R sites in the Green Belt, the County Council wants to push ahead with the scheme.

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In a Press Release issued on 8 July, CPRE has said a costly scheme to relocate Park & Ride sites would jeopardise the Green Belt, without any clear benefits. 

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CPRE Oxfordshire is very disappointed with this outcome. We, along with many others responded to the consultation on the AAP, objecting to the Plan on the grounds that it was 'unsound'.

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CPRE has unearthed the Oxfordshire County Council's 'Oxford Green Belt Study - Tender Specification', published in February 2015.

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Oxfordshire County Council has commissioned a consultancy firm to review the Oxford Green Belt. 

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Peter Jay, Chairman of ROAR (Rural Oxfordshire Action Rally), calls for a public 'hoo-haa' to challenge planning reforms and threats to the countryside, at CPRE Oxfordshire's AGM last Saturday.

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This year's CPRE Oxfordshire AGM took place on Saturday 6 June, at St Edmund Hall, Oxford.  The keynote speech was given by Peter Jay - a challenging cry to action in response to the recent dismantling of the planning system and increasing threats to the countryside.

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Three quarters of Oxfordshire residents think the Green Belt should not be built on, reveals a recent survey commissioned by CPRE.

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Friday, 24 April 2015 10:56

In Defence of the Green Belt

In his new commentary 'In Defence of the Green Belt', Dieter Helm, CBE, disputes the popular argument that the Green Belt is no longer fit for purpose and should be opended up for development.

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You are invited to hear the Prospective Parliamentary Candidates (PPCs) for Oxford West and Abingdon speak on their vision for rural Oxfordshire on: Thursday 9th April, to be chaired by Bill Heine of BBC Radio Oxford.

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