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An outbreak of planning good sense

I have had plenty of opportunities to rail against Cherwell’s approach to planning so am pleased to report a recent outbreak of good planning sense.  This is not down to Cherwell planning officers who recommended refusal nor to County Council … Continue reading

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Now – it’s Milcombe’s turn for some ruination

Cherwell District Council has permitted some awful urbanising small estates on the edge of some of its villages.  They have ticked the planning policy boxes, served the drive for more housing but failed dismally in aesthetic terms.  Milcombe Dovecote   … Continue reading

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Hands off our villages, George!

I read that the Treasury is seeking to stimulate the economy by further loosening of planning controls.  If The Daily Telegraph is to be believed, the Treasury has been pushing for measures that would have led to almost unrestrained building in rural … Continue reading

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