Draft Core Strategy January 2011

Draft Core Strategy January 2011

Responses

List of answers to the specified question
NameOptionTextDate
All Souls College, Oxford Yes - please see attached 11 Mar 2011 16:34
Andy We are heartened by the focus on sustainable development and the recognition of the contribution made by allotment gardens to the green infrastructure; biodiversity; and to the health and recreation of the local population. Provision of allotment gardens is part of the recreational as well as green infrastructure and has appeal to a very wide age-range and across socio-economic groups. As such we endorse the views expressed in paragraph 8.35 of the draft strategy. 10 Mar 2011 13:39
Bampton Environmental Watch Gr… None 28 Feb 2011 14:59
Bampton Parish Council - Cllr… No comments 28 Feb 2011 14:13
Barry Lewis The enviroment of West Oxfordshire must be strained, without further developement. Is the sole reason for these major develpements the need for additional Council Tax revenue? 19 Feb 2011 14:58
bobdalembe06 no comment 31 Jan 2011 09:09
broscoe The re-cycling progress has been well managed 04 Feb 2011 11:45
Carole and Nigel Rose Improvements to design of development are welcome - too many developments in CN in the past have been poor, damaging the historic heritage, neither building on the vernacular nor providing a high quality contrast statement. More effort is needed by WODC conservation architects at the initial stages and in later monitoring. Overall, CN suffers from a poor appearance and lack of attention to detail. Even the remedial work on the Town Hall has been scruffily implemented! 10 Mar 2011 12:19
chompfest There are flooding risks associated with the development taking place in West Oxfordshire as evinced by the changes highlighted in the latest Flood Maps issued by the Environment Agency. The suggestion that conservation areas would be preserved & enhanced is nonsense. Larks, Lapwings & Hares that were once commonplace where the Shilton Park est now dominates, have all vanished. They haven’t relocated, they have gone. No housing development ‘enhances or preserves’ conservation, anywhere, ever! 10 Mar 2011 23:05
CPRE West Oxfordshire - G L Salway In the light of recent applications for large solar farms, prefernce should be given to in stallations which utise the roof of existing structures, particularly in urban areas, and new instllations on the ground in the countryside should be minimised. 09 Mar 2011 11:50
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