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Appeal: Tall building would not harm Oxford's 'renowned skyline'

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A brownfield scheme of 150 new homes west of Oxford has been allowed by an inspector, who found that the building's height would cause only limited, localised harm and would not impact the city's 'renowned skyline' or its 'individual towers and spires'.

LOCATIONBotley, OxfordAUTHORITYVale of White Horse District CouncilINSPECTORJ P LongmuirPROCEDUREWritten submissionsDECISIONAllowedREFERENCEAPP/V3120/W/20/3265269The appeal concerned a site occupied by two vacant and dilapidated five-storey buildings in Botley, a suburb of Oxford that sits to the west of the city just beyond the A34 road, which forms part of the city council boundary. The........
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