HIS Royal Highness the Prince of Wales will visit Oxfordshire today.

WATCH: Prince Charles speaks to primary school pupils during Oxfordshire visit

Prince Charles will be visiting a new housing development in Bletchingdon, just north of Oxford, on land owned by his estate, the Duchy of Cornwall.

Since buying the land in 2000, the Duchy has built 21 affordable houses and a new school.

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Today, the Prince will see the finished products for the first time in their entirety.

The process of getting the school built was a lengthy one.

The Oxford Times:

The Duchy worked with the trustees of the local primary school, which was at capacity and becoming unfit for purpose with a lack of space and facilities, to identify a site on Duchy land where they felt a new school could be constructed.

The village hall charity soon came on board to suggest they constructed a hall on the same site, which could double up as the school assembly hall.

This would replace the 1920s timber clad village hall, which was in a poor state of repair and becoming a drain on local limited resources.

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The local community wanted a hall, which would have all the features fit for the 21st century and built to a high standard of design and architecture, which coincided well with the Duchy of Cornwall estate’s ethos and outlook on the built environment.

The school and village hall were completed and opened by the Bishop of Dorchester in 2015.

A village shop is now also in the process of being built.

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The Prince will take a tour of the entire development and meet residents and those involved in the projects.

See tomorrow's Oxford Mail for a full report of the royal visit.