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Chipping Norton Town Council M… 08 Feb 2013

Draft Local Plan October 2012 STRATEGY AT THE LOCAL LEVEL Chipping Norton Sub-Area CORE POLICY 33 - Chipping Norton Sub-Area Strategy

  • Comment ID: 2032
  • Status: Accepted
  • Response Type: Observation
The Town Council, as recorded in their response to the interim consultation to the draft LDF in March 2011 feel that the main economic challenge for the town is to maintain a consistent homes and jobs balance. New homes need to be accompanied by new jobs. The 2 hectares of the former Parker Knoll site still remains to be developed. Securing additional employment opportunities within the town is absolutely vital if we want to encourage younger people to stay here and settle. We need a clearer s
Oxfordshire County Council, Me… 08 Jan 2013

Draft Local Plan October 2012 STRATEGY AT THE LOCAL LEVEL Chipping Norton Sub-Area CORE POLICY 33 - Chipping Norton Sub-Area Strategy

  • Comment ID: 1271
  • Status: Accepted
  • Response Type: Observation
In Chipping Norton land to the north ofLondon Roadand east of the Rockhill Farm Local Plan allocation site had been previously identified to the District Council by Mouchel Parkman on behalf of OCC as a potential allocation site for employment or housing. That site is still on the District Council's schedule of potential development sites and could be brought forward for employment development through the Neighbourhood Plan if appropriate. It is capable of being accessed via a new access offLond
Churchill & Sarsden Parish Cou… 23 Dec 2012

Draft Local Plan October 2012 STRATEGY AT THE LOCAL LEVEL Chipping Norton Sub-Area CORE POLICY 33 - Chipping Norton Sub-Area Strategy

  • Comment ID: 1033
  • Status: Accepted
  • Response Type: Observation
The Parish Council appreciates the opportunity to offer comments on the Council's draft Local Plan. We would wish to do so in relation to A : the role and future of Chipping Norton which is the market town serving the needs of this and the many communities in this part of the District, and B: the role of the villages. A The attractiveness and efficiency of Chipping Norton is critically related to its Town Centre which at present is harmed by extraneous through traffic, much of which consists of
Oxfordshire County Council, Me… 20 Dec 2012

Draft Local Plan October 2012 STRATEGY AT THE LOCAL LEVEL Chipping Norton Sub-Area CORE POLICY 33 - Chipping Norton Sub-Area Strategy

  • Comment ID: 1233
  • Status: Accepted
  • Response Type: Support
Core Policy 33.
Oxfordshire County Council, Me… 20 Dec 2012

Draft Local Plan October 2012 STRATEGY AT THE LOCAL LEVEL Chipping Norton Sub-Area CORE POLICY 33 - Chipping Norton Sub-Area Strategy

  • Comment ID: 1266
  • Status: Accepted
  • Response Type: Observation
Core policy 33
Oxfordshire County Council, Me… 20 Dec 2012

Draft Local Plan October 2012 STRATEGY AT THE LOCAL LEVEL Chipping Norton Sub-Area CORE POLICY 33 - Chipping Norton Sub-Area Strategy

  • Comment ID: 1245
  • Status: Accepted
  • Response Type: Observation
Paragraph 9.82 states that "there are two primary schools in Chipping Norton, both faith schools and both nearing capacity". The latest school capacity and pupil census data indicate that there is approximately 20% spare capacity across the schools, compared to OCC's target level of 12%. Moreover, one of the schools has potential within its accommodation to increase its capacity. There is, therefore, potential for the existing schools to absorb significantly more pupils. Paragraph 9.83 states t
Oxfordshire County Council, Me… 20 Dec 2012

Draft Local Plan October 2012 STRATEGY AT THE LOCAL LEVEL Chipping Norton Sub-Area CORE POLICY 33 - Chipping Norton Sub-Area Strategy

  • Comment ID: 1277
  • Status: Accepted
  • Response Type: Observation
Chipping Norton is to be the focus of growth in the northern part of the district. However, the reliance on the Chipping Norton Neighbourhood Plan to set out in detail the allocation of that growth makes its implication for County Council provided infrastructure and services difficult to assess. There is potential for the town's two existing faith primary schools to accommodate some growth in pupil numbers. Provided the allocation of new housing is not heavily biased towards larger family-sized
Sharba Homes 19 Dec 2012

Draft Local Plan October 2012 STRATEGY AT THE LOCAL LEVEL Chipping Norton Sub-Area CORE POLICY 33 - Chipping Norton Sub-Area Strategy

  • Comment ID: 880
  • Status: Accepted
  • Response Type: Object
We object to Core Policy 33, for the following reasons: ?It fails to allocate sufficient housing to West Oxfordshire District; ?It fails specifically to allocate sufficient housing to Chipping Norton; ?It fails to fully recognise the role of the built form within the AONB; ?Protection of the Cotswolds AONB – reference should be made to the fact that development which enhances the AONB will be encouraged; ?Provision of new education and community facilities – it would appear that a
O.E. 19 Dec 2012

Draft Local Plan October 2012 STRATEGY AT THE LOCAL LEVEL Chipping Norton Sub-Area CORE POLICY 33 - Chipping Norton Sub-Area Strategy

  • Comment ID: 733
  • Status: Accepted
  • Response Type: Observation
Rail link should be identified as a long term objective. Short term solution is to coordinate bus and rail services and to use park and ride options.
Matthew Gough 19 Dec 2012

Draft Local Plan October 2012 STRATEGY AT THE LOCAL LEVEL Chipping Norton Sub-Area CORE POLICY 33 - Chipping Norton Sub-Area Strategy

  • Comment ID: 852
  • Status: Accepted
  • Response Type: Support
Core Policy 33 Chipping Norton Sub-Area Strategy We support the identification of the Chipping Norton sub-area. The wording of the second paragraph of the policy needs to be amended to read "Proposals for development in Chipping Norton" will be primarily taken forward through the Chipping Norton Neighbourhood Plan" to be consistent with Core Policy 2 and Para. 9.71. Otherwise, despite best intentions, a total dependence on the Neighbourhood Plan could lead to unforeseen delays and potentially m
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