Eco-town plans put on show to public

Cherwell district council

Cherwell district council

First published in News

The first of a series of planning applications for the new eco-town are available to view on Cherwell District Council’s website.

Plans for 2,500 homes on 382 acres north of Lords Lane can be viewed on the site.

It includes green spaces, shops, a primary school and extra care apartments for the elderly.

More than 200 people viewed the plans when they were put on public display in Pioneer Square in Bicester in June.

They can be viewed at publicaccess.cherwell.gov.uk/online-applications/

 

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7:45pm Sat 30 Aug 14

Geoff Grace says...

More Eco Con, but don,t worry Cherwell councillors and council will approve .
More Eco Con, but don,t worry Cherwell councillors and council will approve . Geoff Grace
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11:49am Tue 2 Sep 14

CupHalfFull says...

More common sense here, but don't worry, people who already own houses and don't care about those who don't, and people who want to carry on living in high energy consuming houses, and people who don't like change will carry on griping and complaining.
More common sense here, but don't worry, people who already own houses and don't care about those who don't, and people who want to carry on living in high energy consuming houses, and people who don't like change will carry on griping and complaining. CupHalfFull
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9:49am Thu 4 Sep 14

rebelyell says...

Same old Waffle, Boring Boring; its tow the CDC way or hit the Highway Jack.
Baecon have been right all along and it is time to change the Status Quo - next years elections are coming fast so beware all Tory cannon fodder your time is up.
At the end of the day this development is just another vast Housing estate and being built on the wrong side of town - we all know it is doomed to failure and it is time local reporters spoke to the public to gauge the real anger of being ignored and kept in the dark.
And it is not only here the public are concerned with vast housing estates being proposed, but in places such as Grove, Witney, Brackley, Buckingham and elsewhere in the South East as vast areas of greenbelt, greenfield call it what you like are being ripped up. It has got to stop and even now current Tory Elected MP's are concerned at the publics anger at being ignored by their concerns and being run rough shod over - example Nadhim Zahawi MP for Stratford upon Avon. The public should have a right to say NO to approved schemes and it is not about being a Nimby either.
Same old Waffle, Boring Boring; its tow the CDC way or hit the Highway Jack. Baecon have been right all along and it is time to change the Status Quo - next years elections are coming fast so beware all Tory cannon fodder your time is up. At the end of the day this development is just another vast Housing estate and being built on the wrong side of town - we all know it is doomed to failure and it is time local reporters spoke to the public to gauge the real anger of being ignored and kept in the dark. And it is not only here the public are concerned with vast housing estates being proposed, but in places such as Grove, Witney, Brackley, Buckingham and elsewhere in the South East as vast areas of greenbelt, greenfield call it what you like are being ripped up. It has got to stop and even now current Tory Elected MP's are concerned at the publics anger at being ignored by their concerns and being run rough shod over - example Nadhim Zahawi MP for Stratford upon Avon. The public should have a right to say NO to approved schemes and it is not about being a Nimby either. rebelyell
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