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Last Chance To Have Your Say on Barton Homes
It's the last day to tell Oxford City Council about their plans to build a new neighbourhood to the west of Barton.
It's the end of the third consultation about the plans for around 900 new homes in the city.
At least 40% of them will be affordable for rent.
A new school, community hub and public spaces are all part of the plans.
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Sue Holden, Secretary of Barton Community Association, says:
"This is an important chance for local residents to have their say on the Area Action Plan (AAP) policies so we can help create a neighbourhood that benefits and complements the existing Barton estate."
It's different to the two previous consultations as local people are asked to look at the AAP itself and comment on that.
After the consultation closes, responses will be sent to the Secretary of State for Communities and Local Government who will then help finalise the plans late in 2012.
A second body has been found at a house in Littlemore, a week after a woman was found dead.
Rail passengers across the Thames Valley will have to contend with line closures, reduced services and buses replacing trains on a number of routes over Christmas and the new year period.
A 78-year-old man has been charged with rape and indecent assault in connection with incidents at several hospitals including Stoke Mandeville in the 1970s and 1980s.
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