A PLAN for a new petrol station off the A34 south of Didcot has been rejected.

A new roadside area, with 12 fuel pumps, two electric car charging points and a shop, was proposed for land off the Chilton Interchange.

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But Vale of White Horse district councillors rejected the proposal last night as the development would have been built in ‘open countryside’.

The Oxford Times:

Wantage MP Ed Vaizey was in favour of the proposal.

In a letter Mr Vaizey’s office said the MP felt the development was ‘quite reasonable’.