Read news and features about Oxford City Council – one of five district councils in Oxfordshire. It covers Oxford City – from Cutteslowe in the north to Littlemore and Blackbird Leys in the South, and from New Botley in the West to Barton and Sandhills in the East.
Starting in December, Oxford City Council will be installing on-street coffee cup recycling bins in the city centre, Summertown and Headington.
New figures from Oxford City Council shows Oxford city centre has fewer empty shops and the number of vacant retail units looks set for a significant fall.
Oxford City Council has announced that Oxford North’s planning application will be heard on Tuesday 24 September 2019 at the West Area Planning Committee.
The £2m funding bid to Historic England’s High Street Heritage Action Zone fund could help unlock a multi-million-pound investment to transform Oxford Covered Market.
Oxford City Council has taken over the running of Oxfordshire County Council’s Thornhill and Oxford Parkway (formerly Water Eaton) park and ride sites.
The final £1.3m investment to complete a long-term refurbishment of the Covered Market roof will secure the structure for around another 60 to 80 years.