Just about all you need to know about post lockdown in Oxford and across Oxfordshire on 02 December, from the PM’s announcement regarding the end of the second national lockdown to any significant developments.
Low Carbon is set to develop the UK’s largest community solar park in the Oxfordshire village of Arncott near Bicester, generating enough to power more than 6,000 homes.
The University of Oxford and AstraZeneca vaccine ChAdOx1 nCoV-2019 is up to 90% effective at preventing COVID-19 and will be sold at cost to developing nations in perpetuity.
Hundreds of local businesses in West Oxfordshire affected by the national lockdown have applied for financial help from a Government grant scheme run by the council.
To provide certainty, St Mary’s Church in Charlbury has confirmed that it is going ahead with the Christmas trees this year.
Bidwells, the commercial property consultancy – has estimated that organisations within Oxfordshire’s Science & Tech community have raised over £1bn in funding to date during 2020.
West Oxfordshire District Council is set to remove all of its community recycling sites now that every household has a fortnightly kerbside recycling service.
Arrival, the company creating electric vehicles with its game-changing technologies has announced it is to float on the New York-based NASDAQ stock exchange.
Didcot Railway Centre is one of six museums and heritage sites selected by Arts&Heritage to work in partnership with artists to commission a new work of art inspired by each venue.
The Command Works at Bicester Heritage, which was almost completely pre-let, has been recognised by the Civic Trust Awards and shortlisted as a Regional Finalist.
Dozens of neighbourhoods across Oxfordshire are enjoying smoother roads and pavements after this year’s ‘micro-surfacing’ programme came to an end.
Oxford, Witney and Bicester are set to benefit from the cash boost to improve active travel options and support local economic recovery over the coming months.