Draft Core Strategy January 2011

Draft Core Strategy January 2011

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NameOptionTextDate
All Souls College, Oxford No 11 Mar 2011 16:34
Bampton Environmental Watch Gr… Increased availability in rural areas is needed to promote the use of public transport. Frequency of services, particularly at evenings and weekends, are very important. 28 Feb 2011 14:59
Bampton Parish Council - Cllr… To promote the use of public transport in rural areas, services must have an increase in availability, particularly frequency and services provided for evenings and weekends. 28 Feb 2011 14:13
Barry Lewis Is the 1/4 mile section of Upavon Way between the traffic lights being deliberatly left with over 125 repairs; this is a total disgrace. This road is the main road to Afganistian from the north and west. Roads in Witney,on estates are repaired far more quickly. (More voters?). The roads from the A40 to RAF Brize Norton and Carterton desperately need widening. straightening. The bus stops on Monahan Way are very badly sited causing dangerous overtaking at the Shilton Park roundabouts. 19 Feb 2011 14:58
Bill Barber There is obviously a requirement for improved public transport, however it should be remembered in what is primarily a rural area that it is only practical to use private cars and the council policy should reflect this. (West Oxon coucil is to be commended for its policy of free car parking in Witney which has enabled the town to develop - Compare this to Cirencester with its ever increasing car park charges which is dying on its feet). 08 Mar 2011 22:12
bobdalembe06 no comment 31 Jan 2011 09:09
Boundary Link roads are good idea providing that the parking issues are addressed on these roads - double yellow lines employed and enforced e.g. entry onto Bluebell way, Teasle way, and the whole link road system from east to west of carterton / Shilton park. 06 Mar 2011 12:02
Bransbury-Harris Yes see above 05 Mar 2011 10:56
broscoe no 04 Feb 2011 11:45
C. Hope-Ross All transport statements, have failed to address the reality that A class roads, in rural areas, are unable to handle safely the increased traffic, which is a direct consequence of the Councils' planning activities. now to be continued, not modified. 06 Mar 2011 16:54
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