Oxford City Council has secured 40 hotel rooms for people experiencing rough sleeping or living in shared hostel spaces amidst the COVID-19 outbreak.
Abingdon-based Mostly Books and Bicester-based Coles Books have been shortlisted as regional finalists for the 2020 Independent Bookshop of the Year awards
Regrettably Oxford’s 2020 May Morning has been cancelled in line with Government advice on mass gatherings during the coronavirus crisis.
Thomas White Oxford has commenced its preliminary search for both a commercial and residential joint venture development partner Oxford North project
Natural History Museum is to create a new state-of-the-art science and digitisation centre at Harwell Campus for natural sciences research and collaboration
The VSL INTEL commercial property report shows that 2019 was a year of speculative industrial development for Oxfordshire.
The Manor Country House Hotel in Weston on the Green in Oxfordshire has been sold out of administration off a £4.8m guide price to Gargash Holdings.
Work has started on the construction of two major industrial units in Didcot Quarter, the largest industrial development in South Oxfordshire for 20 years.
Henley Festival returns with the 39th edition of its classical music programme – Classic FM’s A Classical Salute, an evening of classical and military music.
Plans to knock down a student accommodation building near the River Thames to make way for new student accommodation development are set to get the go-ahead.
Three Oxford scientists have been named laureates and finalists of the 2020 Blavatnik Awards for Young Scientists in the United Kingdom.
Pembroke College has announced that the Rt Hon Sir Ernest Ryder will take over the Mastership of Pembroke when Dame Lynne Brindley steps down in June.