CDC Open Space Update 2011

This gives moree detail about space.  You can download a copy here.

The rural North is massively short of meeting CDC’s own Open Space requirements. (Shortfall of 27.89ha on requirement of 48.12ha)

They suggest compensating for this in Adderbury, Bloxham, Bodicote, Cropredy, Hook Norton and Sibford Wards.

  • Improve the quality of existing sites, especially access.
  • Negotiate public access agreements to privately owned natural/seminatural provision.

It will be interesting to know how much of this they have achieved since 2011?

It is also interesting to note the map associated with the survey which appears to include spaces owned by Warriner and Bloxham Schools which are clearly labelled as not for public access!

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