West Oxfordshire Local Plan 2031 - PROPOSED MAIN MODIFICATIONS

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David Lines 23 Dec 2016

West Oxfordshire Local Plan 2031 - MAIN MODIFICATIONS SECTION 1 - INTRODUCTION MIN 1

  • Comment ID: 226
  • Status: Accepted
My view is that the statement is flawed. There is no proven economic driver that requires an increase in housing on the scale required. West Oxfordshire is one of the most economically vibrant parts of the county and country
JSBWx2 22 Dec 2016

West Oxfordshire Local Plan 2031 - MAIN MODIFICATIONS SECTION 1 - INTRODUCTION MIN 1

  • Comment ID: 206
  • Status: Accepted
Long term parking in Witney is at a premium. Building on the Woodford Road car park makes no kind of common sense. With an aging population, we desperately need adequate parking near health facilities. The hospital has inadequate parking.
Gareth Hammond 13 Dec 2016

West Oxfordshire Local Plan 2031 - MAIN MODIFICATIONS SECTION 1 - INTRODUCTION MIN 1

  • Comment ID: 41
  • Status: Accepted
West Oxfordshire is threatened with massive change if these plans go through. It has been one of the most rural districts in the south east region & that is why people have chosen to live here. Towns & villages will have housing estates dumped on them, despite local residents not wanting them. So much for the much-vaunted localism that the government was boasting of. The infrastructure as usual will be an afterthought.
Helen G 02 Dec 2016

West Oxfordshire Local Plan 2031 - MAIN MODIFICATIONS SECTION 1 - INTRODUCTION MIN 1

  • Comment ID: 13
  • Status: Accepted
The erosion (incremental or not) of this designated area of natural beauty has simply been planned to help WODC achieve housing goals which are not well thought out and will have a devastating effect on Eynsham for the future. The effects of Brexit needs to be assessed in this region as well as the need for housing Oxford commuters in Eynsham without providing adequate transport links. No right minded person would choose to sit on the A40 for an hour twice every day. As such the plans are not l
andyswarbs 24 Nov 2016

West Oxfordshire Local Plan 2031 - MAIN MODIFICATIONS SECTION 1 - INTRODUCTION MIN 1

  • Comment ID: 9
  • Status: Accepted
I simply do not understand why the word "incremental" has been underlined. It seems as if there is some hidden agenda here.
CentralWitney 12 Nov 2016

West Oxfordshire Local Plan 2031 - MAIN MODIFICATIONS SECTION 1 - INTRODUCTION MIN 1

  • Comment ID: 1
  • Status: Accepted
Whilst the introduction sets out words relating to the importance of maintaining the special character of the region, based on concerns that have been raised, these appear to be hollow words of appeasement as the remainder of the draft plan fails completely to take any notice of this need. In addition, the underlying assumption of the planning inspector in terms of housing demand has been accepted verbatum without further analysis. This housing demand is based on forced growth targets and result