Bev is responsible for leading the County Council’s infrastructure strategy development programme, including the Local Growth Fund and City Deal packages of investment totalling over £150m. Other areas of responsibility include transport planning and strategy, economy and enterprise, strategic planning including minerals and waste and environmental advice on major development proposals. Bev is also leading the Spatial Growth and Investment Strategy for Oxfordshire project, a spatial strategy for delivering growth and infrastructure county-wide.
Deputy Director Strategy, Infrastructure and Planning
Oxfordshire County Council
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