Jenrick considering whether to approve South Oxfordshire plan himself, says MHCLG

The housing ministry has clarified that the secretary of state is considering whether to approve the troubled South Oxfordshire local plan himself after the council's chief executive wrote to the department to raise concerns about the long-emerging document being "placed on hold" by the minister's intervention.

by Mark Wilding
South Oxfordshire District Council's offices. Image: South Oxfordshire District Council
South Oxfordshire District Council's offices. Image: South Oxfordshire District Council

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