Are you looking for land for sale in Oxfordshire or even a renovation or conversion opportunity? Plotfinder.net holds a database of building plots in England, Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales. Above you'll find links to the latest properties for sale in the county of Oxfordshire.
You may also be interested in looking for land for sale in the counties surrounding Oxfordshire such as; Buckinghamshire, Northamptonshire or Warwickshire. Use the search box above to refine or change your search criteria. Property listed includes; building plots, renovation and conversion opportunities, lots sold by auction and property for sale by private sellers.
Using Local Authority Websites: If anyone wishes to get planning approval to build on a piece of land, they must submit an application, which then becomes a matter of public record. What this means is that you can walk into any planning department and ask to see the Planning Register, in which all the applications and decisions (where they have been reached) are recorded. Many councils now publish them on their websites. For a list of local Authority planning departments in Oxfordshire see below:
Cherwell District Council | West Oxfordshire District Council | South Oxfordshire District Council | Oxford City Council | Vale of White Horse District Council Planning Applications
Useful links for Oxfordshire:
Oxfordshire Planning Office | Oxfordshire Tourist Guide | This is Oxfordshire
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Real self-build stories from Homebuilding & Renovating magazine:
A Modern Single Storey Home: Overcoming planning setbacks, complicated groundworks and financial constraints, Denis and Lynda Hayward have built a fantastic new home in their garden.
Oak Cottage in Oxfordshire: A four bedroom oak frame in a Conservation Area in one of the most affluent parts of Oxfordshire might not be the obvious place for a build budget of just £134,000, but that’s exactly what Terry Morgan has achieved.
Modern Cottage Renovation: Sarah and Richard Hayes have renovated an old cottage and a pair of derelict barns, linking them together with a dramatic glazed extension.