The Proposals

‘Broadway’ Main Street

Broadway will be an attractive tree-lined Main Street with sufficient traffic capacity to accommodate forecast traffic flows. It will provide a safe environment for pedestrians and cyclists with wide pavements and off-road cycle routes. The realignment of the B480 to form the Main Street allows the traffic to be managed, and will also support shops […]

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‘Market Square’

The design of the centre is modelled on South Oxfordshire’s historic market towns. A south facing square provides space for local markets, community events and an attractive area for outside eating and drinking. Key features include: A supermarket of similar size to Waitrose in Wallingford to reduce the need for residents to travel further afield […]

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Educational provision

We have worked closely with Oxfordshire County Council to make land available for on-site education facilities to cater for existing and future need. Key features: Creation of one secondary school and two primary schools Secondary school and one primary school in place in Phase 1 (2020‐2024) with the second primary school in Phase 3 (2029‐2033) […]

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Green Infrastructure: Strategy

The green spaces are designed to create a network of safe routes for walking and cycling, encourage biodiversity, support food production, provide a mix of formal sports and informal recreation space, and deliver a sustainable approach to drainage. The network provides connections to the wider countryside and existing sports and recreation facilities. Linear Park incorporates […]

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Green Infrastructure: ‘Linear Park’

Linear Park is created by the realignment of the B480, which is transformed into a pedestrian and cycle greenway. The route passes through a varied natural environment with community allotments, a biodiverse wetland area and a formal ‘town’ park before connecting to Shakespeare’s Way. All residents are within a 10 minute walk and can access […]

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Green Infrastructure: ‘Swale Streets’

A series of sustainable urban drainage features, including swales and rain gardens will slow down the flow of surface water, improve water quality, increase biodiversity and create an attractive physical environment. Key streets will be wide enough to incorporate these features as well as off‐road cycle and pedestrian routes linking housing, schools and the local […]

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