The scheme is part of the Government’s Household Support Fund (HSF), which was extended by the chancellor in the recent budget, and there is no requirement that residents be employed or unemployed.
The West End and Osney Mead development aims to provide a balanced mix of uses, including new homes and a range of new innovative business units.
The donation from Henley-based Anthony (Tony) Lane Foundation will allow the charity to recruit new members into the team to work through the night from 10.00pm to 7.00am
Nearly £2m of grant funding is available for Oxford homeowners & residents in private rented homes to install energy efficiency and cost-saving measures to help reduce the rising cost of bills.
Last year, the Council delivered 241 new affordable homes, with nearly two-thirds let at genuinely affordable social rent, which is around 40% of the equivalent private rent in Oxford.
Langel Common is a meadowland situated between Cogges and Witney, containing many historical interests for residents and visitors alike.
The Cariad Wendy House was a lockdown and maternity leave project for Rebecca Cariad, and it is now used as a play space for her children.
Berinsfield Garden Village and Dalton Barracks Garden Village will each be receiving £50,000 towards the costs of work to help develop the new communities.
Expect cheaper fares for under-19s, new rural services, bus priority improvements and traffic filters to reduce journey times across Oxfordshire.
Over 100 voluntary and community organisations received grants to fund projects ranging from food banks and defibrillators to sports equipment and wellbeing activities.
The showstopping celebratory cake incorporates three delicious varieties of our national fruit – British apples – English Bramley, Lilibet and Royal Gala.
The chargers – which have been installed as part of the county-wide Park and Charge scheme – are ready to use by EV owners in the council-run car park in Cattle Market, Abingdon.