This follows the recent approval of the plans by councillors at South Oxfordshire District Council as the redevelopment site stradles the two district councils.
However, the plans, approved by Vale of White Horse’s planning committee on June 23, still have to go before South Oxfordshire District Council’s planners on June 30.
The decision formalises the structure that has been operating successfully at the councils for many months, and it demonstrates a strong commitment to working in partnership with others.
The new cycle hub opened in March 2021 which can accommodate circa 600 bikes. The rental bikes are available from the same, secure location and are free for the first 48 hours of use.
The funds, from the Ministry for Housing, Communities and Local Government, will be used to kick-start new studies and innovations needed in each community.
A combined nomination was made by Oxfordshire’s Regulatory Partners to the Office for Product and Safety Standard (OPSS) Regulatory Excellence Awards 2021.
Vale of White Horse District Council and MEPC Milton Park have agreed to review the Local Development Order (LDO) to help bring more sustainable investment to the Park.
The centres will be located at Didcot A – where the former combined coal and oil plant was situated before it was decommissioned and demolished.
Help will be available over the winter for children, families in need, and individuals whose lives have been affected by COVID-19.
Didcot Gateway will be the home of the new offices for South Oxfordshire and the Vale of White Horse District Councils.