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As part of the Oxfordshire Housing and Growth Deal agreement with the Government, the six Oxfordshire authorities – Cherwell District Council, Oxford City Council, Oxfordshire County Council, South Oxfordshire District Council, Vale of White Horse District Council and West Oxfordshire District Council - have committed to producing a joint statutory spatial plan (JSSP), known as the Oxfordshire Plan 2050.

The Oxfordshire Plan will provide an integrated strategic planning framework and evidence base to support sustainable growth across the county to 2050, including the planned delivery of new homes and economic development, and the anticipated supporting infrastructure needed.

As part of the formation of the plan, the authorities are committed to ensuring there will be early, proportionate and meaningful engagement between plan makers and communities, local organisations, businesses, infrastructure providers and statutory bodies.

The Oxfordshire Plan 2050 will be submitted to the Planning Inspectorate for independent examination by 31 March 2020 and adopted by 31 March 2021, subject to the examination process.

You can see details of current Oxfordshire Plan 2050 consultations here:

Current Consultations

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  • Oxfordshire Plan 2050 - Sustainability Appraisal Scoping Report Open

    Consultation

    Open from 07 Jan 2019 to 25 Mar 2019

  • Introducing the Oxfordshire Plan 2050 Open

    This is the first part of the Oxfordshire Plan Regulation 18 consultation. The consultation considers the issues that the Oxfordshire Plan should deal with, a vision for the plan and a series of objectives and aspirations to guide the plan to 2050.

    Open from 11 Feb 2019 to 25 Mar 2019

  • Oxfordshire Plan 2050 - Call for Ideas Open

    The Oxfordshire Plan will identify broad areas for economic growth and residential development up to the year 2050. This is an opportunity for the public to present ideas as to where the most suitable places for such development and growth might be.

    Open from 21 Feb 2019 to 12 Apr 2019