Introducing the Oxfordshire Plan 2050

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Christ Church 28 Mar 2019

Introducing the Oxfordshire Plan 2050 POTENTIAL SPATIAL SCENARIOS POTENTIAL SPATIAL SCENARIOS

  • Comment ID: 1128
  • Status: Accepted
The Oxford Cambridge - Milton Keynes Corridor (NIC) and the Oxfordshire Growth Deal recognise the importance of the economy to the UK exchequer. Oxfordshire is acknowledged as a high demand housing area with a house price to earnings ratio of 10.74 - well in excess of the national average of 7.91. (published by ONS in April 2018, but the data relates to 2017). Infrastructure constraints are a major barrier to delivering further housing development and job creation in Oxfordshire. DRM and C
Christ Church 28 Mar 2019

Introducing the Oxfordshire Plan 2050 INFRASTRUCTURE CONSIDERATIONS (no name)

  • Comment ID: 1129
  • Status: Accepted
As noted in paragraph 64 of the consultation document the biggest challenge for the Oxfordshire 2050 Plan is the different timescale of significant infrastructure projects and how the Plan should respond or seek to influence them. These projects include Oxford to Cambridge Expressway, East-West rail, and projects emerging from the Thames Water strategy. Importantly, paragraph 67 recognises that technology will be dramatically different in the later part of the plan period than now and coul
Christ Church 28 Mar 2019

Introducing the Oxfordshire Plan 2050 INTRODUCTION (no name)

  • Comment ID: 1123
  • Status: Accepted
Oxfordshire Plan 2050 Pegasus Group has been instructed on behalf of Christ Church, Oxford and Dorchester Residential Management to respond to the consultation on the Oxfordshire 2050 Plan. The land owners are (Wick Farming Limited and Thomas Wolsey properties Ltd). Dorchester Residential Management (DRM) has a track record with in Oxfordshire of not only building houses, but establishing vibrant, popular and dynamic new communities, with an emphasis on upfront social infrastructure and cr
Christ Church 28 Mar 2019

Introducing the Oxfordshire Plan 2050 VISION FOR THE OXFORDSHIRE PLAN (no name)

  • Comment ID: 1124
  • Status: Accepted
The Vision for Oxfordshire in 2050 is supported . It is noted that Topic Paper 1 refers t o the preparation of the Joint Statutory Spatial Plan (JSSP) entitled the Oxfordshire Plan 2050, which will build upon the existing joint working and partnership arrangement through the Oxfordshire Housing and Growth Deal. As the current round of district local plans have different end dates, it is not clear what the base date will be for Oxfordshire 2050. This should be clarified at an early stage to
Christ Church 28 Mar 2019

Introducing the Oxfordshire Plan 2050 ASPIRATIONS (no name)

  • Comment ID: 1125
  • Status: Accepted
It is noted that t here are 5 aspirations and 10 objectives, these will need to be consistent with the NPPF and PPG . As currently drafted t hey are appropriate for a strategic plan. These aspirations and objectives will need to be "translated" in more detail to reflect the specific circumstances/issues of each district in Oxfordshire.
Christ Church 28 Mar 2019

Introducing the Oxfordshire Plan 2050 ASPIRATIONS (no name)

  • Comment ID: 1126
  • Status: Accepted
It is noted that t here are 5 aspirations and 10 objectives, these will need to be consistent with the NPPF and PPG . As currently drafted t hey are appropriate for a strategic plan. These aspirations and objectives will need to be "translated" in more detail to reflect the specific circumstances/issues of each district in Oxfordshire.
Christ Church 28 Mar 2019

Introducing the Oxfordshire Plan 2050 POTENTIAL SPATIAL SCENARIOS POTENTIAL SPATIAL SCENARIOS

  • Comment ID: 1127
  • Status: Accepted
There is no mention in the consultation document of the Growth Arc. The Scoping Report for t he Oxfordshire JSSP (August 2018) referred to the importance of the Arc, in particular the JSSP at paragraph 1.3 stated that: "The JSSP will cover the administrative county area of Oxfordshire. However, it will seek to address linkages to wider planning considerations, for example the Oxford - Milton Keynes - Cambridge Growth Corridor." The Scoping Report (August 2018) in Section 8 "Links to other