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Oxfordshire 2050: Vision or Eyesore?

Thursday, 01 August 2019 13:09

Oxfordshire 2050: Vision or Eyesore?
Wednesday 28th August, refreshments served from 6.30pm, event 7pm-8.30pm,
The Old Dining Hall, St Edmund Hall, Queen’s Lane, Oxford, OX1 4AR

THIS EVENT IS FULLY BOOKED.

The final event in a series CPRE Oxfordshire have hosted in each local authority raising awareness of the Oxfordshire Plan 2050 and setting out our Vision for how it should be brought forward.   At this event we will also address the Oxfordshire Local Industrial Strategy, which, once adopted, will justify an uplift in housing numbers included in the Oxfordshire Plan 2050. The OxCam Arc Vision consultation will also feature, pending the proposed summer launch.

David Young of POETS (Planning Oxfordshire’s Environment and Transport Sustainably) will join us to explain who POETS are, why the group formed, their activity to date and what comes next.

THIS EVENT IS FULLY BOOKED. IF YOU WOULD LIKE TO ADD YOUR NAME TO THE RESERVE LIST PLEASE CONTACT:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Getting to St Edmund Hall

If arriving by train, the College is about 15-20 minutes walk from the station, or the number 5 bus from the station will drop you at Queen’s Lane, right outside the College.

If driving, the nearest public car park can be found on St Clement's Street. Alternatively, one of Oxford's five Park and Ride services will get you to the centre of the City.
There is a disabled parking space available directly outside the main entrance to the College.

There are several bus stops on the High Street, within a very short walk of Queen's Lane.  
Click here for map showing exact location and details of bus routes.

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