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CPRE is pleased to see a recent statement from West Oxfordshire District Council which mirrors many of our concerns over the County’s housing figures.  Time for a review?

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A new West Oxfordshire Design Guide has been drafted, and the District Council are inviting comments on any aspect of the new document. Make your views known!

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Wednesday, 19 August 2015 18:48

Milton-Under-Wychwood: Story of a Campaign

Read the story of the Milton-under-Wychwood Action Group and their (so far) successful campaign against an inappropriate rural housing development.

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Consultation closes on Friday 8 May on WODC's pre-submission draft of its Local Plan - have your say!

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The WODC Consultation runs from 27 March to 8 May - make your voice heard!

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Tuesday, 16 December 2014 23:43

Wanted: CPRE West Oxon District Chair

Could you spare a couple of hours a week to help run a local CPRE group? CPRE West Oxfordshire has a friendly local committee in need of a Chairperson to help co-ordinate activities in this area.

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Wednesday, 22 October 2014 12:11

Loss of greenfield across Oxfordshire

New housing policies are having a disastrous impact on Oxfordshire’s countryside.

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Thursday, 18 September 2014 13:47

West Oxfordshire Housing Consultation

Consultation on West Oxfordshire's housing plans ends tomorrow, with proposed housing figures up 73% from the last draft.  CPRE West Oxon is calling for lower numbers, especially in view of the District's past over-delivery.

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Friday, 08 August 2014 13:58

West Oxfordshire Local Plan Consultation

West Oxfordshire District Council launches its Local Plan consultation today, with CPRE urging a further reduction in the housing target to avoid putting the countryside and infrastructure under pressure.

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Thursday, 12 June 2014 20:13

Protect the Windrush Valley

A 270 house development is putting the landscape of the the Windrush Valley under threat, although the developers don't even want to do an environmental impact assessment. The Windrush Valley Protection Group would like your help.

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