We are residents of West and South Oxford with a vision for improved flood alleviation that is effective, considers cost, and the impact on our beautiful local environment. We have a plan that takes the best parts of the Environment Agency’s proposals, and makes improvements to the most environmentally destructive parts. We can, and must, alleviate prevent floods, while also preserving the beauty and ecology of this area.
Election candidates' views on OFAS
Candidates for Parish and District Council elections (and Layla Moran MP) were asked to let us know their view of the Oxford Flood Alleviation Scheme and what they would do about it if…Read More
Slides presented at ‘A better flood scheme for Oxford’
Meeting held at Oxford Town Hall April 17 2023Read More
This expensive scheme will ruin 133 acres of Greenbelt
Up to 4000 trees removed, a fact hidden by the reference in the proposal
500,000 tons of sand and gravel at 25 tons per journey along the single track entry point
Please sign our petition below
“That the Secretary of State for the Environment require the Environment Agency to carry out a pilot scheme to dredge the watercourses in West Oxford before giving any permission for the overengineered Oxford Flood Alleviation Scheme”
We are a group of concerned locals seeking information and research to combat the flooding issues. We are not Government funded and some professional input that we seek needs paying for. If you support the cause please also consider a donation using the Donate feature on this site.