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The consultation on West Oxfordshire's proposed modifications to its Local Plan is now closed - read CPRE's response.

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Thursday, 15 December 2016 17:43

Strategic Economic Plan Refresh - now online

The Oxfordshire Local Enterprise Partnership (OxLEP) has this week published online the final version of the Strategic Economic Plan (SEP) Refresh.

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West Oxfordshire's revised Local Plan has been approved for consultation by councillors following concerns raised by the Inspector about the housing figures.

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Tuesday, 18 October 2016 09:25

Vale Local Plan update

Vale of White Horse Local Plan Part 1 could be adopted by January 2017, while Part 2 of the Plan needs to find sites for an additional 2,200 homes to meet Oxford's unmet need.

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West Oxfordshire District Council to revert to the SHMA housing target of 600 homes a year in its Local Plan.

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The Oxfordshire Growth Board this week announced numbers and locations for the allocation of Oxford’s unmet housing need around the Districts. CPRE has condemned the process as fundamentally undemocratic.

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CPRE campaign helps lead to removal of 1,400 homes proposed for the North Wessex Downs AONB and over 15 Green Belt sites, but overall numbers remain and 1,500 houses across 4 Green Belt sites given the OK.

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Tuesday, 07 June 2016 11:34

Need not Greed Oxon

CPRE Oxfordshire has helped to set up a new campaign – Need not Greed Oxon (NNGO) – to challenge Oxfordshire’s forced economic growth strategy and to fight for a future that respects the views of local people, plans for ‘need not greed’ and protects the environment. The campaign is run by a coalition of local community groups from across the county. CPRE provides the Secretariat.

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A new piece of research, commissioned by Need not Greed Oxon and CPRE, looking at local needs in Oxfordshire found that only half of the county’s proposed housing is to meet ‘local need’! The rest is to meet the forced economic growth agenda.

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A new campaign is launched today - ‘Need not Greed Oxon’ (Planning for real Need not speculator Greed in Oxfordshire) by a coalition of 15 local organisations from across the county.

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