Thursday's letters: What are your fellow readers writing in about today?

Thursday's letters: What are your fellow readers writing in about today?

Thursday's letters: What are your fellow readers writing in about today?

First published in News

Catch up on all the issues and quips raised by our readers in their Letters to the Editor today.




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Care from NHS has been just excellent

Oxford Mail: Nurse got me through some difficult times

10:00am Tuesday 25th November 2014

I guess that it is time for those who have benefited from the good work of the NHS to have their say. I have just endured a run of bad health that you only read about other people having.

We need alternatives rather than this idea

Oxford Mail: Nurse got me through some difficult times

10:00am Tuesday 25th November 2014

Local planners and local politicians leave me in despair. Their innovative ideas include bypassing the A34 bypass.

Why not dig a tunnel and go under Botley?

Oxford Mail: Nurse got me through some difficult times

10:00am Tuesday 25th November 2014

I read with interest Andy Ffrench’s front page article on unblocking the A34 (November 24).

A costly source of even more house building

Oxford Mail: Nurse got me through some difficult times

10:00am Tuesday 25th November 2014

Stephen Webb’s letter, ‘The council needs to reconsider its plans’, November 21, promoting the use of brownfield sites shows a wholly naïve misunderstanding of their use in relation to meeting the appalling housing targets being imposed upon the region as a result of the Strategic Housing Market Assessment.

Opening slip road would alleviate the problems

Oxford Mail: Nurse got me through some difficult times

10:00am Tuesday 25th November 2014

As a resident/prisoner of Kennington, I have become used to the village being cut off on a regular basis due to flood/landslide/roadworks but can anyone explain why the slip road into Kennington, as you approach from the intended new hamburger, is still closed?

College’s plans for old Ruskin site look like an industrial warehouse

Oxford Mail: Nurse got me through some difficult times

10:00am Tuesday 25th November 2014

The visualisation of the new Exeter College building which is under construction in Walton Street takes an aerial view and does not illustrate the full extent of the height and its impact. The apparently reflective stainless steel cladding, as depicted, is not remotely sympathetic with the stone and brick character of the local area, giving instead the appearance of an industrial warehouse.

Group must consider impact of proposalls

Oxford Mail: Nurse got me through some difficult times

11:00am Monday 24th November 2014

Network Rail has again sprung a nasty surprise on the people of North Oxford. Last time it was the announcement in its forward plan that that it was contemplating a rail flyover to replace the Oxford North junction just south of Wolvercote.

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