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Minerals & Waste Plan

Oxfordshire County Council is responsible for minerals and waste planning within its area and has prepared the Oxfordshire Minerals and Waste Local Plan (OMWLP) in two parts:

a. The Oxfordshire Minerals and Waste Local Plan part 1: Core Strategy (Core Strategy) was adopted in September 2017. It sets out the key principles to guide mineral and waste development up to 2031. It also sets the development management policies against which planning applications for minerals and waste development will be considered.

b. The Oxfordshire Minerals and Waste Local Plan part 2: Site Allocations (Sites Plan) will allocate specific sites for minerals and waste development and include specific policies in order to deliver the strategy as set out in the Core Strategy. (see attached document)