A GROUP which is working to make sure new houses, businesses and roads are set up properly in Oxfordshire wants public input for its future decisions.

There are three weeks left for people in Oxfordshire to give their views on the Oxfordshire Growth Board.

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The board focuses on strategic planning, economic development and sustainable growth.

It is made up of leaders from the county’s district councils, the city council and the county council, along with the NHS, Oxford Brookes and Oxford University, and the local enterprise partnership

By working together, the board says it can oversee large-scale projects that benefit communities across the county, while also securing millions of pounds in Government funding to help improve people’s lives.

People are being encouraged to complete an online survey which asks for feedback on the growth board, including how it is perceived, its priorities and membership, and how it communicates.

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To take part in the survey visit oxfordshiregrowthboard.org

The closing date for comments is 5pm on November 26.

A report with recommendations will be presented to the board in January.