Introducing the Oxfordshire Plan 2050

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Steve 27 Jan 2020

Introducing the Oxfordshire Plan 2050 INTRODUCTION (no name)

  • Comment ID: 1259
  • Status: Accepted
OxLEP supports the emerging Oxfordshire Plan as part of delivery of the Oxfordshire Housing and Growth Deal. We recognise the process considerations and challenges in taking forward a joint statutory spatial plan to examination stage. The opportunity to provide early input into shaping the plan is welcomed. Support is given to the initial 2050 vision, aspirations and objectives in the consultation document for the purpose of generating feedback and discussion. We support the emphasis in the vis
CEG 04 Apr 2019

Introducing the Oxfordshire Plan 2050 INTRODUCTION (no name)

  • Comment ID: 1222
  • Status: Accepted
Introducing the Oxfordshire Plan 2050 – response to consultation On behalf of CEG, we write in connection with the emerging Oxfordshire Plan 2050 ("the Emerging Plan") and the consultation 'Introducing the Oxfordshire Plan' ("the Consultation") being carried out under Regulation 18 of the Town and Country Planning (Local Planning) (England) Regulations 2012. We are pleased to engage in this innovative combined plan making process, which recognises the need to provide quality housing and employ
Oxfordshire County Council 03 Apr 2019

Introducing the Oxfordshire Plan 2050 INTRODUCTION (no name)

  • Comment ID: 1196
  • Status: Accepted
1. The county council strongly supports the Vision, Aspirations and Objectives of the Oxfordshire Plan 2050 and wishes to emphasise the inter-dependence of the objectives and aspirations and the need to focus on delivering the vision in an integrated way. Set out below are some key points that would further strengthen future iterations of the Plan around certain key messages and themes. 2. The Introduction needs to be clearer on who 'we' are. A simple infographic that clearly show the interrela
Hollins Strategic Land LLP 03 Apr 2019

Introducing the Oxfordshire Plan 2050 INTRODUCTION (no name)

  • Comment ID: 1209
  • Status: Accepted
2.1 Hollins Strategic Land (HSL) welcome the principle of producing a Joint Oxfordshire Plan over an extended timescale. The production of a Joint Plan at the strategic level will enable Oxfordshire to deliver a step change in growth and to truly capitalise on the unique strengths and opportunities of the County.
Lagan Homes 02 Apr 2019

Introducing the Oxfordshire Plan 2050 INTRODUCTION (no name)

  • Comment ID: 1185
  • Status: Accepted
3. INTRODUCING THE OXFORDSHIRE PLAN 2050 3.1 Lagan Homes supports the Oxfordshire Authorities' proactive approach to producing an ambitious and long-term joint spatial plan, to ensure an up-to-date policy framework exists within the District to guide growth to 2050 and to ensure development is genuinely plan led. 3.2 The JSSP represents an opportunity for the Oxfordshire Authorities to plan positively for growth, both in terms of new homes and employment opportunities, and to ensure developmen
Crest Strategic Projects (CSP) 02 Apr 2019

Introducing the Oxfordshire Plan 2050 INTRODUCTION (no name)

  • Comment ID: 1191
  • Status: Accepted
4. RESPONSE TO 'INTRODUCING THE OXFORDSHIRE PLAN' 4.1 The previous sections of this report establish the following: 1. The Government has identified the Cambridge - Milton Keynes - Oxford arc as an economic growth corridor that is fundamental to the future economic success of the United Kingdom. 2. The Government has set out a clear ambition to build upon the emerging successes evident within the arc to ensure that it becomes globally significant (a UK version of 'Silicon Valley'). It recogni
James Stevens 01 Apr 2019

Introducing the Oxfordshire Plan 2050 INTRODUCTION (no name)

  • Comment ID: 1154
  • Status: Accepted
Introductory section We welcome the consultation, but we are surprised by two things in the introductory section. First, the omission of any reference to the Growth Arc is odd in the extreme. This is odd as Central Government's support for a Joint Statutory Spatial Plan and the choice of the end date for the Plan in 2050 is determined by the commitment of national and local government for the ideas behind the Arc. The production of Joint Statutory Spatial Plan was always integral to this. This
James Stevens 01 Apr 2019

Introducing the Oxfordshire Plan 2050 INTRODUCTION (no name)

  • Comment ID: 1155
  • Status: Accepted
Paragraph 3 We recognise that the current set of local plans in Oxfordshire, published after the introduction if the NPPF 2012, will need to play-out and some of these will run up to 2036. We recognise, therefore, that the extent to which the Oxfordshire Plan can influence those local plans that have already been adopted (e.g. Cherwell, Vale of White Horse, West Oxfordshire), and those that are at an advanced stage of consultation (i.e. Reg.19, as in the case of Oxford City and South Oxfordshir
Debbie Dance 28 Mar 2019

Introducing the Oxfordshire Plan 2050 INTRODUCTION (no name)

  • Comment ID: 1111
  • Status: Accepted
Introducing the Oxfordshire Plan 2050 – Regulation 18 – Consultation 1.0 INTRODUCTION 1.1 The Oxford Preservation Trust ("the Trust") is pleased to respond to the Oxfordshire authorities' ("the authorities") 'Introducing the Oxfordshire Plan 2050' ("Oxon 2050") regulation 18 consultation. 1.2 The Trust was established in 1927 as a charity and local amenity society with the principal aim of conserving and enhancing Oxford and its setting. It takes a forward thinking and positive approach to dev
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
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