Amazon wishlist for specific donations to help Afghan guests
People in Oxfordshire are being asked to make donations of very specific items to help Afghan people…
Wishlist may be set up for donations of very specific items for refugees
People in north Oxfordshire will be able to donate very specific items to support Afghan refugees with the help of an Amazon wishlist that can be set up for that purpose.
Council identifies homes to house Afghan families
Cherwell District Council has identified 10 properties to house families fleeing Afghanistan.
Have your say on Cherwell’s new Tenancy Strategy
Cherwell residents are being asked to give their views on a new draft strategy that sets out the council’s expectations of social housing providers in the district.
Don’t leave it late to seek housing help
Those at risk of homelessness should seek support as soon as possible, with courts beginning to hear housing possession cases once again.
Regeneration in Bretch Hill recognised in national awards
Work breathing life into the site of a disused pub has put a Bretch Hill housing scheme in the running for a national award.
New bridges delivered to help Bicester Garden Town flourish
A huge civil engineering project to build two new routes underneath the busy Chiltern main line has been completed this Easter.
New mediation scheme for tenants and their landlords amid evictions freeze
Renters and landlords in north Oxfordshire are being reminded that there are a range of alternatives to eviction, as the council welcomes a further extension of the national eviction ban.
New support to help homeless people take Next Steps
Rough sleepers and those at risk of homelessness stand to benefit from additional support and 17 new specialist accommodation units in north Oxfordshire.
Call to give views on new homelessness plan
People can offer their feedback on a five-year plan to help those affected by homelessness from this week.
Rogue landlord faces £20k bill for housing breaches
A collapsing ceiling, filthy facilities, and an abandoned car are among the dangerous defects that have seen a Banbury landlord receive financial penalties totalling £20,000.
Graven Hill residents benefit from community house project
A pioneering initiative helping the first residents of new housing developments to form a sense of community, has been rolled out in Graven Hill.
Electrical regulations should come as no shock
Renters who sign new tenancy agreements from next month will have greater protection from the risks of electrical shocks and fires.
From boarded up to Crowning glory
An abandoned office block will once again contribute to the life of Banbury town centre as a council-owned regeneration project comes to fruition.