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Voting underway until 10:00pm – 3rd Nov 2016

Voting underway until 10:00pm – 3rd Nov 2016

on November 3, 2016, 5:52 pm

The Plan draws massively on the views of the very many residents. It’s focus is upon appropriate development accompanied by the necessary infrastructure. This will allow some further development help to deter rapacious speculative developers. The Neighbourhood Plan Steering Group obviously commend the plan but … It’s important that all residents use this opportunity to have their say. A strong […]

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Final Consultation ends 22nd Jan 2016

Final Consultation ends 22nd Jan 2016

on December 10, 2015, 10:51 pm

The Bloxham Neighbourhood Plan is going through a final eight-week period of consultation organised by Cherwell District Council. It then goes to an examiner and – if approved – to a village referendum. In a nutshell? Residents, developers and landowners can comment upon the submission version of the neighbourhood plan. The comments will go to the person who examines the […]

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APM  2015 NP Update

APM 2015 NP Update

on April 28, 2015, 10:45 pm

The followingg slides accompanied a presentation made at the Bloxham Annual Parish Meeeting 2015

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Results of the Village Questionnaire.

Results of the Village Questionnaire.

on June 24, 2014, 8:45 pm

We should receive the final report from the Oxfordshire Rural Community Council soon but we have the data and the results of the survey, along with those of the business and young people’s surveys are to be found in this document. This is an important document as it will be needed to help frame and then to justify the policies […]

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APM 2014 NP Update.

APM 2014 NP Update.

on June 13, 2014, 9:00 pm

This is taken from the presentation made to the Annual Parish Meeting on 12-June 2014. The data is provisional as we have not yet received the final version of the questionnaire data. Also – in order to keep to the allocated time it only shows a selection of the questionnaire responses. It will also lack the considerable amount of verbally […]

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Pop-up Exhibition – What you told us

Pop-up Exhibition – What you told us

0 on October 13, 2013, 7:27 pm

Over 60 people people dropped in to this Saturday (12th Oct 2013) morning exhibition at the ex-Servicemen’s Hall to discuss progress we are making with the Neighbourhood Plan and offer their own views and feed-back. Click on the graphic for the questionnaire. Forty one completed a brief questionnaire setting out what they think is important in terms of appropriate content […]

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Have your say on Apple Day!

Have your say on Apple Day!

0 on October 9, 2013, 10:59 pm
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Conference for Working Group Members 10th Sept 2013

Conference for Working Group Members 10th Sept 2013

0 on September 15, 2013, 8:10 pm

On the 10th September 2013 we held a meeting for all available working group members and 40 people turned up tpo hear Geoff Botting of Woodcote go through a specially tailored presentation about the evolution of the Woodcote Neighbourhood Plan. This meeting was deliberately restricted to active working group members as it was felt this would provide an improved prospect […]

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BloxFest  N.P. Stall – MaY 2013

BloxFest N.P. Stall – MaY 2013

0 on May 16, 2013, 9:24 pm

Well the day got off to a sunny start to set things up! And BloxFest got under way as if to answer all those questions at the recent developer appeals about whether we are urban or rural! (Rural by the look of it!) But in all honesty there were times when some visitors seemed interested in the neighbourhood plan and […]

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Annual Meeting for Village – April 2013

Annual Meeting for Village – April 2013

0 on May 1, 2013, 3:42 pm

A major part of this meeting was the progress update on the Neighbourhood Plan. The Application should be approved by CDC on May 20th. The implications of the publication of an ipdated draft Local Plan and a new draft SHLAA were run through. The importance of sticking with an N.P. was reiterated by several speakers even if the Gladman and […]

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