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Sports and Leisure Strategy to 2033

We are looking at the future of sport and leisure facilities in the district and we want to hear from you.

We have created a leisure strategy following an extensive assessment of the leisure facilities in the district such as running tracks, sports halls and football pitches as well as playgrounds and allotments.

This leisure strategy is intended to inform planners and developers up until 2033 so that they include all the necessary leisure provision for the area’s growing population.  

Please tell us what you think by responding to our survey by midnight, Monday 7 May 2018.

After the consultation closes, we will publish a report which summarises the feedback received and the council’s response to any prevalent issues or suggestions that emerged.  Respondents will only be named in this report where they have been made on behalf of groups or organisations. 

For more information about the council’s leisure strategy or this consultation, or to obtain a paper response form, please contact the South Oxfordshire Leisure Team.

For more information see the strategy documents in the downloads section on this page

The Background (3.3 MB) PDF document sets out some of the key trends in leisure activity in South Oxfordshire: 
•Population characteristics and changes
•Socio-economic factors
•Health and well-being of residents
•Economic pressures
•National planning policy framework
•Policies and strategies or neighbouring authorities

Sports Facilities (7.0 MB) PDF documents look at Sports Halls, Swimming Pools, Health and Fitness, Athletics, Indoor bowls, Indoor Tennis, Squash, Gymnastics and Golf

(See also Sports Facilities appendices (279.4 KB) PDF and summary (120.9 KB) PDF )

Playing Pitch documents (part one (5.1 MB) PDF and part two (773.5 KB) PDF ) examine Artificial Grass Pitches, Football, Cricket, Rugby Union, Hockey

(See also Playing Pitch appendices (1.5 MB) PDF and summary (755.7 KB) PDF )

Local Leisure facilities (6.1 MB) PDF documents look at Village and Community Halls, Outdoor Bowls, Outdoor Tennis

Open spaces (6.4 MB) PDF documents examine open spaces, parks and gardens, children's play areas, young people's spaces and allotments

(see also Open Spaces appendices (915.8 KB) PDF )

Leisure Facilities strategy - Equality impact check (530.0 KB) PDF

Some pictures courtesy of Sport England

Last reviewed: 16 - 04 - 2018

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