Those who are eligible for the rebate but who do not pay their bill by direct debit will need to fill in an online form to claim the £150 payment. Claims can only be made online, not by phone, email or in writing.
Oxfordshire County Council, in partnership with Oxford City Council, has received a £500,000 grant to support Oxford to become a zero emission transport city.
Expanding on their space in West Oxfordshire, the new gallery will open in February 2022 with a group exhibition titled ‘Here We Go’.
215 Kitchen & Drinks in Oxford’s Summertown is closing its doors in the new year following the departure of the restaurant’s chef, Paul Welburn.
Residents and visitors to Oxford can continue to hire e-scooters as the trial has been formally extended by four months from its original end date of 30 November 2021 to 31 March 2022.
Explore late-opening exhibitions at The North Wall and Sarah Wiseman Gallery and enjoy 20% off the Prix Fixe menu at Pompette restaurant and wine bar.
The retailer has returned to the site of their old branch, which closed a few years ago, with a dedicated ‘Tasting Counter’ and an expanded ‘Fine Wine’ selection.
The pool, which closed at the end of July, will remain closed for the initial task of installing heat pumps as part of decarbonisation works to be carried out in the plant room.
The council is considering potential changes to the working-age council tax reduction (CTR) scheme in 2022/23, and a public consultation is a necessary step in this process.
The structures on the site – a garage and an office block – were demolished in July 2019 to make way for a £15m mixed-use redevelopment, including a 180-bedroom easyHotel.