Plans for a proposed £150m classic car museum on a 63-hectare site that forms part of Enstone Airfield, near Chipping Norton, have been given the go-ahead by councillors at West Oxfordshire District Council. The classic car museum is the vision of Peter Mullin, a US businessman and vintage car collector. The project would include a demonstration track circling the main building and a pavilion to be used by Bentley. It also proposes building 28 holiday-lodges on the site and aims to create 338 jobs. Mr Mullin runs the Mullin Automotive Museum in California.