Council and NHS leaders are taking the opportunity to thank staff across local authorities and the health and social care system for their tireless efforts throughout the pandemic.
Residents and businesses in Cherwell District are invited to have their say on spending plans for 2022/23 at Cherwell District Council.
Following the installation of the first park and charge EV hub at Bicester’s Cattle Market car park in May, the locations of the remaining 19 sites have been announced.
The way parking is controlled in parts of Oxfordshire will change as Oxfordshire County Council takes on the responsibility for civil parking enforcement from Thames Valley Police.
Known as Perch Studios, the co-working space in Bicester’s Franklins House expands into the space previously occupied by Graven Hill, to provide a new base for ten businesses.
An Afghan Resettlement Amazon wishlist for specific donations has been set up by Asylum Welcome, which supports refugees and asylum seekers in Oxford and Oxfordshire.
The support comes as the government provides extra £5m funding to help the new arrivals with accommodation as part of its Afghan Relocation and Assistance Policy (ARAP).
The new strategy aims to set out expectations of social housing providers in the district and promote the delivery of more affordable homes at social rent levels and with secure tenancies.
Oxfordshire’s countdown to the COP26 climate summit in Glasgow continues this month with the arrival of a zero carbon tour battle bus to the county.
The councillors welcome the government’s commitment to engage with and consult local communities on its thinking around the future for the Oxford to Cambridge Arc.
A special awards ceremony was held in Cherwell to celebrate the hard work of volunteers and groups who make a real difference in the community.
Planning was granted for two separate schemes on the same plot for maximum flexibility – one for a new single-unit 268,765 sq ft unit and the other for two-units of 172,180 sq ft and 90,298 sq ft.