The broadband provider started expanding its network on a commercial basis to Haddenham and Thame in June to connect underserved market towns in the county.
While the new developments due to go on the site are still in the planning stages, Homes England has chosen to demolish the buildings early following feedback from local residents.
The councillors welcome the government’s commitment to engage with and consult local communities on its thinking around the future for the Oxford to Cambridge Arc.
This public consultation is the first of three that enable people who live, work, and have an interest in the area to make their voices heard on the long-term development of the area.
The Oxfordshire Infrastructure Strategy (OxIS) provides a framework for the County Council and planning authorities to establish strategic infrastructure investment priorities.
Residents are set to benefit from faster internet with a significant number of Oxfordshire towns being confirmed for an upgrade to gigabit-capable, full-fibre broadband.
Gigaclear, the UK’s largest rural alt-net, has started work in Thame and Haddenham to connect the towns to its ultrafast full-fibre broadband network.
This follows the news last month that Triodos Bank UK had approved a new loan facility to Low Carbon Hub to help it construct and operate what will be the UK’s largest community-owned solar park.
The Government has given the City Council £4.4m to provide discretionary grants to businesses in Oxford that have been severely impacted by the latest lockdown.
Ray Valley Solar near Arncott, Bicester - the UK's largest community-owned solar park - will generate electricity for 6,000 homes through ground-mounted panels.