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Two motions relating to the proposed Ox-Cam Expressway and Growth Corridor have been submitted to the full County Council meeting to be held on 2nd April.
One motion opposes the Oxford to Cambridge Expressway the other challenges the Expressway and Growth Corridor.

Protection and improvement of the environment and the provision of social housing are top priorities for local residents over plans for Ox-Cam Arc.

A six-week consultation on the Schedule of Proposed Draft Main Modifications is running 18 February 2019 until 1 April 5pm. 

The South Oxfordshire Local Plan is proposing housing over and beyond what is required to meet local needs with nearly a third of the proposed housing allocated within the Oxford Green Belt. Consultation closes 18th February, 5pm - there is still time to have your say!

Read CPRE Oxfordshire's full submission.

Tuesday, 12 February 2019 12:51

The Oxfordshire Plan 2050 - who's it for?

Consultation on the vision for the Oxfordshire Plan 2050 is now open.  It will set development plans in train for the next generation, but who will benefit?  And how will local people & the countryside cope?  This is a vital document - now more than ever we need our local decision-makers to hear your voice!   PLEASE RESPOND....

In a motion proposed by Cllr Andrew Gant, Oxford City Council resolved to oppose the Expressway as it is currently proposed. 

The Oxfordshire Campaign to Protect Rural England is looking for a volunteer to do good, accurate minutes in a timely fashion and contribute, alongside other Trustees, to the good administration of the Charity.

Monday, 28 January 2019 10:23

Star Count 2019

Take Part: 2 February - 23 February
You can take part in #StarCount2019 and help us find our darkest skies, to ensure more of us can experience this natural wonder.

Consultation ends 5pm, Monday 18 February

Your voice needed to protect South Oxfordshire
The South Oxfordshire Local Plan is proposing housing way beyond what is required to meet local needs, putting our rural character – our countryside and communities - at risk. Nearly a third of the housing is allocated within the Oxford Green Belt, undermining its protection in contrast to stated Government policy.
Please will you help us to challenge this Plan?

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