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Historical assessments

The Headington Neighbourhood Forum sought historical information on all the
residential areas covered by the Neighbourhood Plan. Only a small amount of this information
was used in the Character Assessments, but below is the full information in PDF format:

Neighbourhood Plan Area 3 (roads to the west of the John Radcliffe Hospital)
Sandfield Road, Staunton Road, Beech Road, Woodlands Close, Franklin Road,
Fortnam Close, and part of Headley Way

Neighbourhood Plan Area 6 (roads of north-east end of London Road)
Barton Road, Northfield Road, Chestnut Avenue, Ash Grove, Hawthorn Avenue, Blackthorn Close, Stowood Close and part of Barton Lane and Lyndworth Close

Neighbourhood Plan Area 9 (London Road shopping area)
Including the top of the streets running off this part of the London Road

Neighbourhood Plan Area 10 (Highfield)
Including Lime Walk, All Saints Road, Brookside, All Saints Road, and part of Old Road

Neighbourhood Plan Area 11 (New Headington village)
Including Windmill Road, New High Street, and Bateman Street with the roads to the south

Neighbourhood Plan Area 12 (Quarry Field)
Includes streets east of Windmill Road and west of Quarry village proper

Neighbourhood Plan Area 13 (London Road east)
North side: London Road between Barton Road and the Green Road roundabout, including Lyndworth Mews
South side: From east of Ramsay Road to Green Road roundabout, including Green Road and Toot Hill Butts, north end of Gladstone Road

Neighbourhood Plan Area 18 (Girdlestone Road area)
Including Girdlestone Road, Coolidge Close, Dynham Place, Everard Close, Flexney Place, Girdlestone Close, Goslyn Close, Massey Close, Shelford Place, Warren Crescent, Heath Close, a small part of the Slade, and the Town Furze allotments.

© Stephanie Jenkins

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