The County Council’s cycling champion has described the new shared space proposals for Broad Street, Oxford, as “brave and symbolic” while arguing they do not go far enough.
The blistering address from the county’s cabinet member for climate change delivery & environment, supported the County Council’s response, raising concern over the proposals.
Despite the current budget challenges, Oxford City Council is working with community groups to provide summer holiday activities for young people in Oxford this summer.
Following the success of Broad Meadow last year, Oxford City Council is set to temporarily pedestrianise a larger area of Broad Street in a new 18-month trial.
This is a new pedestrian and cycle bridge linking the future proposed redevelopment of the Osney Mead industrial estate to the proposed Oxpens redevelopment and Oxford city centre.
The Joint Design Guide website is an interactive document that will help create high-quality and sustainable development in South Oxfordshire and the Vale of White Horse.
The ambitious plans will focus on providing community benefits, a retail recovery strategy, encouraging healthy lifestyles and helping to tackle climate change.
The charging hub will initially offer fast and ultra-rapid charging for 42 vehicles simultaneously at Oxford’s Redbridge Park and Ride, powered entirely by renewable energy.
The district’s most recent forecasts anticipate another £987,000 will have to be found in order to balance out lost income or larger costs.
The proposals for improved provision for pedestrians, cyclists and buses on Woodstock Road is to be revisited in July, having been put on ice earlier this year.
A Channel Islands-based company is preparing plans for a Strategic Rail Freight Interchange (SRFI) on land immediately south and adjacent to the Chiltern Main Line.