Graven Hill Village Development Company (GHVDC) re-appointed Bromford for this latest phase, which will include 50 homes, 31 of which will be affordable rent and 19 shared ownership at the 462-acre site.
Homeless Oxfordshire and Crisis are collaborating with volunteering and eco-action platform OnHand for an educational webinar after new government figures show an 18% increase in people sleeping on the streets.
Nearly 1,000 local students from Didcot schools have participated in a range of science, technology, engineering, arts and mathematics (STEAM) activities facilitated by Milton Park
Vistry Thames Valley donated £500 to the Barton Bash, a family fun day run by the Barton Community Association. Half of the money was put towards the most recent event in September, while the remainder will be used for the Christmas event on Sunday, 17 December.
More affordable, energy-efficient homes will be built in South Oxfordshire and the Vale of White Horse thanks to an improved affordable housing grants process.
The Lord Mayor of Oxford, in partnership with the Oxford City branch of the Royal British Legion, is set to host a Remembrance Sunday Service at the War Memorial in St Giles’ on Sunday, 12 November 2023.
A long-term project to relocate bats on the Graven Hill development has been hailed as a success as several endangered bat species have taken over newly installed roosts in the form of bat boxes.
Since 2014, OxLEP has secured £107.5 million of investment to support multiple projects to benefit local people and businesses through the Government’s Local Growth Fund.
The Oxford Tube service has added extra services connecting parts of West Oxfordshire to London, and a new stop in High Wycombe.
The Didcot Powerhouse Fund is entering its third year of grant-giving to the local community and, from December 2023, will be inviting applications for its 2024 round of grant-giving.