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Support for the most vulnerable and keeping communities strong and resilient was the core focus for Oxfordshire leaders as they met for a cost of living roundtable event.
The combined ticket at a reduced price offer is part of a six-month trial to encourage more people to choose the Park and Ride over car travel.
The plans include sitting areas with planters and is being delivered as one of the County Council’s priorities to provide green spaces in busy urban areas.
The planning document will be used to inform all future planning applications by setting out how and where new homes, jobs and community facilities will be delivered to make Oxford a better place to live, work and visit.
Help is available in Oxford, and the City Council and its partners are already providing support and information for anyone worried about the increased cost of living.
It forms part of a broader plan to roll out the same equipment across the Thames Valley region, which also covers Berkshire and Buckinghamshire, in a bid to increase efficiency and reduce costs.
This comes as the reserved matters application (RMA) for the project’s residential development partner, The Hill Group, has been resolved to be approved by Oxford City Council’s planning committee.
The proposals for more homes, jobs, riverside public space and hotel will go on show at Oxford Town Hall as developers take the next step towards submitting a planning application.
The council is asking the public whether all working-age residents should pay up to £2 per week in council tax to help ease financial pressures.
Civic leaders across Oxfordshire have paid tribute to Queen Elizabeth II, who died peacefully at Balmoral just hours after medics had publicised concern for her health.
Located off Harefields, Cannon Court is a single L-shaped three-storey building with 11 council homes at social rent, three homes at affordable rent and 12 homes for shared ownership.
The investment will help provide an enlarged station, boosting the number of passengers the station can serve and improving accessibility to the station.