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You are invited to hear the Prospective Parliamentary Candidates (PPCs) for Oxford West and Abingdon speak on their vision for rural Oxfordshire on: Thursday 9th April, to be chaired by Bill Heine of BBC Radio Oxford.

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Oxfordshire County Council has announced proposals to set up a number of massive new Park and Rides in the Oxford Green Belt. Respond to the consultation by 2 April!

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You are invited to hear the Prospective Parliamentary Candidates for West Oxford and Abingdon speak on their vision for rural Oxfordshire on Thursday 9th April - to be chaired by Bill Heine of BBC Radio Oxford.

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You are invited to hear the Prospective Parliamentary Candidates (PPCs) for West Oxford and Abingdon speak on their vision for rural Oxfordshire on: Thursday 9th April, to be chaired by Bill Heine of BBC Radio Oxford.

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University turns down resolution to lower Castle Mill buildings at Port Meadow as price tag too high, but admits it got things wrong and promises to do better in future.

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Wednesday, 14 January 2015 19:25

Latest threats to Oxford's Green Belt

See CPRE's up-to-date map of current threats to the Oxford Green Belt.

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Wednesday, 17 December 2014 17:33

Port Meadow: 2 days left!

Comments on the Environment Statement for the Port Meadow blocks have to be in by 20 December.

Please help us fight for Option 3: One storey off!

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Thursday, 13 November 2014 21:34

Port Meadow Environment Statement

'Substantial' harm finally acknowledged and one storey off the buildings is an option! Help us make it happen...

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Thursday, 03 July 2014 11:52

Kick this idea off the pitch

Councillor Ian Hudspeth, Leader of Oxfordshire County Council, has today advocated a new stadium for Oxford United at Water Eaton, in the Oxford Green Belt.

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The proposed Botley District Centre would visually intrude on the Green Belt and harm the setting of a number of Oxford's Heritage assets including St George's Tower, Castle Mound and Carfax Tower.  

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