Decision on 28 homes

Decision on 28 homes

Decision on 28 homes

First published in News

Councillors will be asked to make a decision tomorrow on plans for 28 homes in North Oxford.

Shanly Homes has applied for planning permission to build the 22 houses and six flats with 40 parking spaces in Elsfield Way.

An Oxford City Council planning officer has recommended it be refused over concerns including its impact on traffic and proposals for no affordable homes at the site.

A final decision will be made by the east area planning committee at the Town Hall at 6.30pm. The public can attend.

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9:50am Mon 23 Jun 14

jamiek says...

No affordable homes eh the old blackmail card played by the council again!
No affordable homes eh the old blackmail card played by the council again! jamiek
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2:47pm Mon 23 Jun 14

The New Private Eye says...

Who really cares about £million homes being built amongst other £million homes. How about the council tries to sort out the housing crisis for those that can't afford a house in Barton let alone North Oxford
Who really cares about £million homes being built amongst other £million homes. How about the council tries to sort out the housing crisis for those that can't afford a house in Barton let alone North Oxford The New Private Eye
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