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Monday, 25 February 2013 14:38

Kingston Bagpuize fights housing onslaught

Written by CPRE Oxfordshire

CPRE Oxfordshire adds its voice to those of residents objecting to plans to build 100s of homes in their village

Rural communities have long been frustrated by slow internet speeds. With so much trade being done over the web, businesses based in villages suffer, local schools struggle to access the latest web-based resources, and rural residents feel left behind.

Earlier this week Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg approved the 'City Deal' for Oxford. But what does it actually mean?

A breakthrough may be close in the fight by the Campaign to Protect Port Meadow from Oxford University's new development of student accommodation, currently being built on the edge of the ancient common land.

Thursday, 07 February 2013 10:36

How many stars can you see?

Written by CPRE Oxfordshire

How many stars can you see? Count the stars in our week-long cosmic census and help measure the impact of light pollution

CPRE Oxford is urging Oxford City Council to give residents access to green space within 300 metres of their home, in line with national best practice guidelines.
 

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