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Sunday, 07 February 2016 20:24

Crunch time on Port Meadow blocks

University's current mitigation offer doesn't stand up to scrutiny, but will City Planning Committee, 9 Feb, show any backbone?  

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Wednesday, 25 November 2015 14:48

Oxfordshire Green Belt Study released

The Oxfordshire Growth Board has published the results of the Oxfordshire Green Belt Study it commissioned with no public involvement or opportunity for comment. The Study found that all of the land within the area fulfills at least one of the purposes of the Green Belt.

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Tuesday, 24 November 2015 16:04

Oxford Flood Relief Channel - public events

The Oxford Flood Alleviation partnership is holding a series of public events in January to consult on the final route for a flood relief channel west of Oxford.

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Oxford City Council is bringing forward plans to extend Seacourt Park and Ride, off the Botley Road, West Oxford. The proposed extension is part of the Council’s aim of reducing traffic and congestion in the city centre.

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Oxford University has finally submitted the additional information requested as part of its Environment Statement on the Port Meadow student blocks.  Consultation runs until 14 OCTOBER.

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Urgent fundraising appeal launched for legal advice on Northern Gateway air pollution threats to people and Port Meadow. 

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CPRE launches campaign calling on Government to turn rhetoric into action and protect Green Belt.

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A plan for a solar farm in Elsfield, South Oxfordshire, five miles from the city centre, is open to the public for consultation. 

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Despite public concerns about the suitability of proposed P&R sites in the Green Belt, the County Council wants to push ahead with the scheme.

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In a Press Release issued on 8 July, CPRE has said a costly scheme to relocate Park & Ride sites would jeopardise the Green Belt, without any clear benefits. 

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