The £56 million investment will see the development of three new distribution depots in Widnes, Bognor Regis and Banbury, and two new bakery plants in Stockton and Burnley.
The Oxfordshire Rail Corridor Study (ORCS) looks in detail at the county’s predicted growth in jobs and housing over the next two decades and how the rail network can best support it.
Based at Osney Mead in Oxford and funded by the government’s Getting Building Fund, the pilot will be a world-leading multi-disciplinary hub championing green innovation.
The acquisition continues plans at this Independent Power Producer (IPP) to place supporting the transition to a low carbon economy at the heart of their strategic plans.
The club received more than £1,500 after pitching for funding from the Community Facilities Grant Scheme at West Oxfordshire District Council.
Families in north Oxfordshire will once again be able to book children, aged five to eleven years old, onto council-run school holiday hubs this summer.
Oxford City Council is installing the EV chargers across the city, to support electric cabs and local residents ahead of the Zero Emission Zone Pilot this August.
The Cowley Road Carnival spirit is undimmed as celebrations go ahead on 04 July with ‘Virtual Carnival’ from noon to 6.00pm and the ‘After Party’ on Mixcloud from 6.00pm till late.
Created by the University of Oxford’s Environmental Change Institute (ECI), the report challenges Oxfordshire’s key decision-makers to embrace several new recommendations.
The Woodstock based company was awarded B Corp certification after demonstrating strict compliance to the rigorous requirements of this globally-recognised mark.
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.