A SECOND plan for 160 new houses in West Oxfordshire has been submitted to its district council.

Outline planning permission was granted for the homes in Bampton back in October 2016 but further details were to be brought back.

Taylor Wimpey's further application was filed earlier this month.

It includes work for roads, including a single road into the site and a circular road around it.

The homes will be built on a 7.07 hectare site on the eastern side of Bampton. Aston Road is to the south of the site and fields lie to its east.

A resident has already opposed the housing scheme plan. The resident of Giles Place, Bampton, said the new entrance onto Mount Owen Road would cause more traffic towards Carterton.

He said: "Please reconsider where the entrance to this development [will go]. Please place the main point of entrance on the Aston Road."

Forty per cent of the new homes – or 64 of the 160 – will be designated as affordable.

Taylor Wimpey sent out fliers to residents inviting them to attend a consultation at Bampton Recreation Ground Pavilion. That was held on March 14.

The final details will be decided in coming months.