In a statement on the Council said it is: “...committed to doing all in its power, to prevent any recurrence of the recent tragic accidents involving cyclists.
The car park will close temporarily for 13 weeks from 16 May 2022, so the disused car park decking can be dismantled.
Oxford’s iconic Boswells store building is on course to become a new 4-star luxury hotel, following the demolition of the inside of the historic building.
It marks the start of the next stage of the City Council’s going cashless initiative and is the first step towards going cashless at all of Oxford city’s car parks.
It will transform the site of a former camping field and football pitch into new bedrooms, adding to it’s collection of cabins, farm buildings, gym, restaurants and walled garden cottages.
Room 1 - aptly known as ‘The Room With The View’ - at the Old Bank Hotel, was awarded The Good Hotel Guide’s ‘Editor’s Choice’ 2022 award in its ‘rooms with a view’ category.
The Grade ll listed 21-bedroom hotel, brought to the market by commercial property specialist Colliers, was acquired by a private purchaser for an undisclosed price.
The council will express an interest in the Zero Emission Bus Regional Areas (ZEBRA) scheme - a new government funding competition to transition to zero emission transport by 2050.
The new cycle hub opened in March 2021 which can accommodate circa 600 bikes. The rental bikes are available from the same, secure location and are free for the first 48 hours of use.