Introducing the Oxfordshire Plan 2050

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Environment Agency 21 Jan 2020

Introducing the Oxfordshire Plan 2050 Next steps and how to comment (no name)

  • Comment ID: 1253
  • Status: Accepted
We look forward to continuing to work with you in a positive way, as you prepare and implement a sound growth plan for Oxfordshire up to 2050 and beyond. However, we wish to take this opportunity to emphasise that if the plan does not appropriately consider environmental issues such as flood risk, water quality, water resources, green and blue infrastructure, biodiversity (and where possible natural capital) and use the relevant evidence base to inform the plan, it may result in us raising point
Catesby Estates Plc 03 Apr 2019

Introducing the Oxfordshire Plan 2050 Next steps and how to comment (no name)

  • Comment ID: 1195
  • Status: Accepted
In summary, we believe that the introductory paper regarding the Oxfordshire Plan 2050 sets out a suitable vision for the county and generally identifies appropriate aspirations and draft objectives to meet this vision. However, changes can be made, which we have set out above. This includes giving greater consideration to the county's position and anticipated role within the wider Cambridge – Milton Keynes – Oxford growth corridor initiative and setting more ambitious and bold minimum targets w
Bovis Homes Ltd 02 Apr 2019

Introducing the Oxfordshire Plan 2050 Next steps and how to comment (no name)

  • Comment ID: 1175
  • Status: Accepted
Bovis welcome the opportunity to comment on this initial consultation on the Oxfordshire Plan 2050. The approach of planning for development over a long period of time is welcomed as a step towards ensuring that the enduring economic growth aspirations for the County can be achieved. However in order to ensure that those aspirations can be achieved, it is essential that the Plan is ambitious. Rather than planning to meet needs, a significant degree of flexibility is required in order to ensure
A2Dominion 02 Apr 2019

Introducing the Oxfordshire Plan 2050 Next steps and how to comment (no name)

  • Comment ID: 1179
  • Status: Accepted
A2D welcome the opportunity to comment on this initial consultation on the Oxfordshire Plan 2050. The approach of planning for development over a long period of time is welcomed as a step towards ensuring that the enduring housing and economic growth aspirations for the County can be achieved. However in order to ensure that those aspirations can be achieved, it is essential that the Plan is ambitious. Rather than planning to 'meet' needs, a significant degree of flexibility is required in orde
Barton Willmore on behalf of A… 01 Apr 2019

Introducing the Oxfordshire Plan 2050 Next steps and how to comment (no name)

  • Comment ID: 1142
  • Status: Accepted
Next Steps and Evidence 2.42 As set out in the Committee Paper entitled "Oxfordshire Plan 2050 – Update on Project Plan and Green Belt", we understand the following evidence base will be prepared to inform the Oxfordshire Plan: * Sustainability Appraisal; * Habitat Regulations Assessment; * Housing Needs and Employment Needs Assessment; * Land Availability including Call for Ideas; * Green Belt Assessment; * Water Cycle Study; * Health Impact Assessment; * Role of Town Centres; * Living Labs;
Nicole Penfold 01 Apr 2019

Introducing the Oxfordshire Plan 2050 Next steps and how to comment (no name)

  • Comment ID: 1137
  • Status: Accepted
SUMMARY 4.1 Gladman welcomes the preparation of this strategic plan for Oxfordshire which will provide a strategic context for the preparation of District Local Plans to 2050 and which will provide a framework for achieving the Government's aim of achieving sustainable housing and economic growth as part of the Cambridge - Milton Keynes - Oxford Arc together with strategic infrastructure. 4.2 If the Oxfordshire Plan is prepared properly, it has the potential to provide a coherent strategic pla
Ptarmigan Land Ltd 01 Apr 2019

Introducing the Oxfordshire Plan 2050 Next steps and how to comment (no name)

  • Comment ID: 1152
  • Status: Accepted
5.0 CONCLUSIONS 5.1 We consider that the Oxfordshire Plan needs to be prepared positively to meet the county's housing need in the most effective, strategic way. However, the JSSP enables the county to comprehensively plan for coordinated development which will have a great positive cumulative effect on the residents and environment of Oxfordshire. We therefore generally support the Joint Plan, although we do suggest some amendments in our response to Discussion Point 3. Of particular note is t
Rainier Developments Limited 28 Mar 2019

Introducing the Oxfordshire Plan 2050 Next steps and how to comment (no name)

  • Comment ID: 1105
  • Status: Accepted
In summary, we believe that the introductory paper regarding the Oxfordshire Plan 2050 sets out a suitable vision for the county and generally identifies appropriate aspirations and draft objectives to meet this vision. However, changes can be made, which we have set out above. This includes giving greater consideration to the county's position and anticipated role within the wider Cambridge – Milton Keynes – Oxford growth corridor initiative and setting more ambitious and bold minimum targets w
Debbie Dance 28 Mar 2019

Introducing the Oxfordshire Plan 2050 Next steps and how to comment (no name)

  • Comment ID: 1113
  • Status: Accepted
2.0 Consultation 2.1 The Trust is pleased to see that attempts were made to engage with a wide cross section of the community through this first consultation. However, it is imperative that this momentum is maintained and that the authorities' make sure that a wide range of consultees, groups and organisations are actively involved in the plan's evolution, and they are not merely 'consulted' about outputs. It is particularly important to have 'younger' people's views and involvement as these ar
Stoford Properties 28 Mar 2019

Introducing the Oxfordshire Plan 2050 Next steps and how to comment (no name)

  • Comment ID: 1106
  • Status: Accepted
Stoford welcome the opportunity to comment on this initial consultation on the Oxfordshire Plan 2050. The approach of planning for development over a long period of time is welcomed as a step towards ensuring that the enduring housing and economic growth aspirations for the County can be achieved. However in order to ensure that those aspirations can be achieved, it is essential that the Plan is ambitious. Rather than planning to 'meet' needs, a significant degree of flexibility is required in
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