Read news and features about West Oxfordshire District Council – one of the five district councils in Oxfordshire. It covers an area that includes Woodstock, Burford, Chipping Norton, Charlbury, Carterton & Witney.
A new feasibility study has set out the case for a railway route connecting Carterton, Witney, and Eynsham to Oxford. The preliminary strategic outline case for the Carterton-Witney-Oxford Rail Corridor […]
Planning officers recommended refusal of plans for 385 new homes between Ducklington and Witney due to the proximity of a sewage treatment works and an abattoir.
Parking restrictions near Jeremy Clarkson’s Diddly Squat Farm have been approved, with the leader of Oxfordshire County Council declaring herself “extremely disappointed” with the TV star.
West Oxfordshire District Council has updated its four-year plan, which sets out how the council will deliver for residents and what it will focus on to improve West Oxfordshire.
Backing for the pan-regional partnership unlocks access to up to £2.5m in government funding for the partnership to support its priorities in delivering sustainable growth and environmental enhancements for the region.
For the first time, residents in West Oxfordshire District will need to show a photographic ID to vote in person at this year’s local elections, which are being held on 04 May.
The two major road projects, designed to support more than 30,000 new homes in Oxfordshire, have divided opinion and proved challenging to deliver amid budgetary concerns.
That assertion was challenged by a member of the opposition but the councillor insisted the implication had been made through “very strong hints”.
West Oxfordshire District Council wants to increase the price of its annual subscription for garden waste collection from £40 to £45 in April.
The car park is open from 7.00am until 1.00am on Monday to Saturday and from 9.00am until 1.00am (Monday) on Sundays, with shoppers able to park for free for four hours on floors one to six and up to nine hours on the top two levels.
The Botley West Solar Farm proposals would see panels spread across three sites to the north of Woodstock, west of Kidlington and west of Botley, with the aim of powering up to 330,000 homes with green energy.
The council’s cabinet member for finance, rued the lack of control districts have over revenue generation during an address at a cabinet meeting held at Woodstock Community Centre.