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|Name||Status||Open Date||Close Date|
|Consulting on Public Spaces Protection Order. Respond Online
Oxford City Council would like your feedback on its plans to include various anti-social behaviours in a new City Centre Public Spaces Protection Order.
|Open||24 Feb 2015||31 Mar 2015|
|Quarry Recreation Ground Pavilion Respond Online
The Council's Playing Pitch and Outdoor Sport Strategy 2012-2026 (PPS) highlights the need for a new pavilion at Quarry Recreation Ground (off Margaret Road) to replace the existing pavilion which has been agreed by Oxford City Council. Currently the key stakeholder on the site is Quarry Rovers Football Club, who are a large and growing F.A Charter standard club, a national accreditation which shows the club is well run and the coaches are adequately qualified. However the future development of the club is likely to be affected negatively without a pavilion. The attached plans outline our current proposals and include a small community space as well as private gated car parking (for the users of the pavilion). This consultation is about gathering your views on the proposed designs for the new pavilion at Quarry Recreation Ground. The results of the consultation will help to inform the final designs for the facility (subject to planning permission).
|Open||04 Mar 2015||02 Apr 2015|
|Housing Assest Management Strategy Respond Online
This consultation seeks comments from relevant partners on the Housing Asset Mangement Strategy.
|Open||02 Mar 2015||13 Apr 2015|
|Diamond Place Supplementary Planning Document Respond Online
Oxford City Council have produced a draft Supplementary Planning Document "Development Brief" for the Diamond Place site. It sets out design guidelines which any future developer of the site will be expected to follow. We are now asking for your comments on the draft SPD. The form allows a maximum of 20,000 characters. If you need to say more please email us instead at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please note: Two drop-in sessions will also be taking place where you can find out more about the development proposals: Friday 20th March 2015 (6.30pm - 9.00pm) at the North Oxford Association Community Centre and Sunday 22nd March 2015 (10.00am - 12noon) at the Summertown Farmers' Market.
|Open||27 Feb 2015||17 Apr 2015|
|Leisure and Wellbeing Strategy, 2015 - 2020 Respond Online
Oxford City Council recognises the broad value of leisure and wellbeing. It is not only enjoyable in its own right, but supports community cohesion, improves physical and mental health and by ensuring our leisure facilities are maximising low carbon technology leisure also plays a key role in reducing the city’s carbon footprint. The strategy details our plans, acts as a framework of influence for partners and includes good practice case studies. In the context of this strategy, leisure encompasses physical activity, sport and all activities that take place in leisure and outdoor sports facilities.
|Open||20 Feb 2015||17 Apr 2015|
|High Quality Design in Oxford Supplementary Planning Document-Respecting Heritage and Achieving Local Distinctiveness Respond Online
Consultation on the issues, scope and proposed general approach of the Supplementary Planning Document that will be drafted later in the year. The Document will be aimed at ensuring high quality design in Oxford.
|Open||27 Feb 2015||17 Apr 2015|
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