Closed consultations

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List of consultations
NameStatusOpen DateClose Date
Contributions Policy Consultation Featured
We would like to hear your views about proposals that, if agreed by the council, will change the way Oxfordshire County Council charges for adult social care services.
Closed 24 Jan 2018 03 Apr 2018
Equality Policy 2018 - 2022 Featured
The Equality Policy 2018 - 2022 Consultation has been completed and the consultation feedback report is now available. Please click on the link to get to the report.
Complete 29 Jan 2018 11 Mar 2018
Budget Consultation 2018/19 Featured
Have your say on Oxfordshire County Council's budget proposals for 2018/19 and the next three years. Your feedback will help us to set a balanced budget and agree Council Tax levels.
Closed 06 Dec 2017 08 Jan 2018
Budget Consultation 2017/18 Featured
Have your say about our budget proposals for 2017/18 - 2020/21.
Closed 08 Dec 2016 09 Jan 2017
Daytime Support Consultation Featured
Find out more about our consultation for Daytime Support for vulnerable adults in Oxfordshire.
Closed 01 Nov 2016 20 Dec 2016
Proposed new model for Children's Services in Oxfordshire Featured Closed 14 Oct 2015 10 Jan 2016
Budget savings options 2016/17 - Talking Oxfordshire Featured
Have your say about our plans to save over £50 million and run services in new ways.
Closed 20 Oct 2015 30 Nov 2015
Flooding Survey Featured
Fill in our survey and share your views on the recent floods in Oxfordshire. The results of the survey will feed into the Oxfordshire Flooding Summit that will be held on 21 March, and will bring together every organisation with a role in reducing the risk of flooding.
Closed 21 Jan 2014 23 Feb 2014
Proposed Home to School Transport Policy 2014 Featured
A consultation open for comment on the proposed Home to School Transport Policy for 2014.
Closed 05 Jun 2013 15 Jul 2013
Your Museums, Your Say - We want your views on Oxfordshire's museums! Featured Closed 02 Nov 2012 01 Apr 2013
New Yatt Road (North Leigh, Witney) Proposed Traffic Calming
Oxfordshire County Council proposes to install three pairs of speed cushions on New Yatt Road in North Leigh, south of Green Lane. The proposals are being put forward in response to the residential development adjacent to New Yatt Road.
Closed 18 Apr 2018 18 May 2018
Proposed education specification for a new primary school in NE Wantage
A new primary school is due to open on the Kingsgrove (previously known as Crab Hill) housing development in Grove and Wantage. At the current time, it is expected to open in September 2020. The county council has now drafted a proposed education specification which it is inviting responses on.
Closed 16 Apr 2018 14 May 2018
Kingham Primary School, Chipping Norton: Proposal to extend the age range from 4-11 to 2-11.
The Local Authority, working with the Governing Body of the school, is proposing to alter Kingham Primary School’s age range from 4-11 to 2-11, to provide a nursery offering up to 30 hours of pre-school activities a week, serving up to 52 places, subject to session availability.
Closed 16 Apr 2018 14 May 2018
Deddington Library Opening Hours Consultation Closed 12 Apr 2018 12 May 2018
Proposed Diversion of Wardington Footpath No 27 Glen Meadows Farmhouse, under s119 Highways Act 1980
To give interested parties the opportunity to make comments on the proposed diversion of Wardington Footpath No 27 . If you would like further details please contact the Case Officer, Andy Sylvester, on 01865 815302 or email andy.sylvester@oxfordshire.gov.uk. Any objections/representation must be made in writing to the Definitive Map & Commons Team at the Countryside Access address before the end of the consultation period. Progress on cases can be viewed on the Countryside Access web pages or by using the following link https://www2.oxfordshire.gov.uk/cms/content/modifications-and-diversions
Closed 29 Mar 2018 11 May 2018
AMENDED Queen Street Area (Oxford) Experimental Traffic Regulation Order
Oxfordshire County Council has amended the previous experimental Order which will operate for a maximum period of 18 months. The amended order reverts to allowing Taxis to use Queen Street, with the rank reinstated near Carfax. Linked to this will be the continued prohibition of Taxis and Private Licensed cars using Queens Street as a through route
Closed 18 Dec 2017 09 May 2018
A361 Station Road (Shipton under Wychwood) Proposed 30mph Speed Limit
Oxfordshire County Council proposes to extend the 30mph speed limit on the A361 Station Road to a point northeast of the rail bridge, replacing the existing 40mph speed limit. The proposals are being put forward in response to reported road safety concerns in the area.
Closed 03 Apr 2018 04 May 2018
West Witney Area (Witney & Minster Lovell) Proposed 40mph & 50mph Speed Limits & 7.5 tonne Weight Limit
Oxfordshire County Council proposes to introduce reduced speed limits and a weight restriction in the West Witney area in response to local development. The proposals aim to reduce HGV through-traffic and help improve road safety in the vicinity.
Closed 03 Apr 2018 04 May 2018
Proposed Diversion Sibford Gower Footpath No. 7 (part) Haynes Barn
To give interested parties the opportunity to make comments on the proposed diversion of part of Sibford Gower Footpath No.7 – Haynes Barnes. If you would like further details please contact the Case Officer, Andy Sylvester, on 01865 815302 or email andy.sylvester@oxfordshire.gov.uk. Any objections/representation must be made in writing to the Definitive Map & Commons Team at the Countryside Access address before the end of the consultation period. Progress on cases can be viewed on the Countryside Access web pages or by using the following link www.oxfordshire.gov.uk/modificationsanddiversions
Closed 22 Mar 2018 04 May 2018
Proposed changes to the Home to School Travel and Transport policies for 2018
Oxfordshire County Council’s current Home to School Transport Policy is more generous than the law requires for Post 16 students who have an Education Health and Care Plan (EHCP) and for post16 mainstream students who attend Henley College. Unfortunately, given the continuing pressure on public finances, the Council now needs to critically consider whether it should continue to maintain spending on this non-statutory assistance for these groups of post16 students. Therefore, Oxfordshire County Council is now consulting on proposed changes to its Home to School Transport Policy. The main proposals include ending free travel for most Post 16 SEND students, ending Post 16 subsidised transport to Henley College, clearly specifying when free travel will be provided to alternative education providers and continuing for a further year the current time limited free travel arrangements for those students who are resident at RAF Benson.
Closed 27 Feb 2018 30 Apr 2018