Oxfordshire Plan News Archive
Oxford college students believe building more homes to tackle the housing crisis is the most important priority for the county.
Many young people across the county are likely to move away from Oxfordshire due to high house prices. Students at Abingdon and Witney College shared their hopes and fears for the future as part of an engagement session about the Oxfordshire Plan 2050. Over two...
The Oxfordshire Plan 2050 was discussed at the recent Climate Event held by Voice of Oxfordshire’s Youth (VOXY), as part of its current Environmental Impact Campaign. The event, held in early October, saw dozens of young people discuss the climate emergency and how...
Planning students put their keen minds to thinking about the future as they discussed the Oxfordshire Plan 2050 as part of an Oxford Brookes workshop. The undergraduates, part of the School of the Built Environment, will be using the Plan as a case study for one of...
The Oxfordshire Plan 2050 team has proposed a new timetable to carry out additional work to improve the final Plan. Following negotiations with the Government, the new timeline has been put forward to allow us to continue to work together across all Oxfordshire’s authorities to produce the best Plan for the people of Oxfordshire.
The Oxfordshire Plan 2050 should be ambitious, creative and radical according to Oxfordshire’s community in our consultation report.
Businesses from across the county have expressed their backing for the Oxfordshire Plan 2050 at Business in Oxford (BIO) 2019.
Nearly 80 people gathered last week to give their views on how good growth can help create a better Oxfordshire in 2050.
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.
The 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 Oxfordshire Growth Board with the Government,...
A bus roadshow will soon be touring the county seeking the views of Oxfordshire. For five days from Monday 18 February, the Oxford Bus Company vehicle will be visiting towns and villages to encourage people to have their say on the Oxfordshire Plan 2050.
Councillors across the county are set to finalise the first stage of the Oxfordshire Plan 2050 ahead of a key public consultation.
“A vibrant and ecologically sustainable community where everyone can get a house and a suitable job.” This was among the exciting visions for the future of the county outlined by representatives of a variety of organisations at an event for the Oxfordshire Plan 2050.
The Oxfordshire Growth Board has today launched its Oxfordshire Plan 2050, as part of the £215m Housing & Growth Deal secured from the Government.
An animated video has been launched to help people better understand the Oxfordshire Plan 2050.
As part of the Oxfordshire Housing & Growth Deal agreement with the Government, the six Oxfordshire authorities have committed to producing a joint statutory spatial plan (JSSP), known as the Oxfordshire Plan 2050.