Introducing the Oxfordshire Plan consultation CLOSED
The public consultation on the Introducing the Oxfordshire Plan document is now closed. But you can still register using the link below to ensure you are kept up to date about the Plan and notified when the next public consultation begins.
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Oxfordshire Plan 2050
Oxfordshire is a vibrant, dynamic county that blends the historic such as Blenheim Palace with the cutting edge such as the Harwell Science and Innovation Campus. Its economy is one of the best performing in the country, while it consistently ranks high for quality of life and remains the most rural county in the South-East.
We want to keep Oxfordshire a world leader in technology and innovation, ensure there are plenty of good well-paid jobs, preserve the history and heritage that draws millions of tourists each year, and give our children and grandchildren the opportunity to own homes in the county we love, while maintaining the amazing environment we live in.
As part of the Housing & Growth Deal secured by the Oxfordshire Growth Board, the Oxfordshire Plan 2050 is a strategic planning document that aims to set out how to achieve this by listening to residents about what is important to them and their aspirations, and setting out how and where is best to deliver these for a better quality of life for all.
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Nearly 80 people gathered last week to give their views on how good growth can help create a better Oxfordshire in 2050.read more
You could win £50 of shopping vouchers by helping shape Oxfordshire’s future. Your views are sought as part of the Oxfordshire Plan 2050 – a strategic planning policy for the next 30 years – which is being formed by all of Oxfordshire’s local authorities.read more
Oxfordshire Plan 2050 launches Call for IdeasThe Oxfordshire Plan 2050 team has launched a ‘Call for Ideas’ to try to identify areas for new development and environmental protection in Oxfordshire. The Plan is part of the £215m Housing & Growth Deal agreed by the...read more