Improved access work to start along the A4095 in Bicester
Work is about to start on scheme that will open up a new route to benefit cyclists, pedestrians and other…
Plan for Oxford’s unmet housing need wins seal of approval
New parkland, schools and public transport networks all feature in a vision for the south of Cherwell district which was backed by councillors yesterday.
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.
Council to kick off conversation about future planning policies
This Friday marks the start of a six-week consultation exercise on the themes and issues that will inform Cherwell District Council’s Local Plan Review.
New business park could bring high-tech jobs to Bicester
A high-tech business park capable of supporting hundreds of jobs could be created to the south of Bicester.
Innovative technology cluster could bring new jobs to Bicester
Plans to expand the existing business activities at the former RAF Bicester to create a “world leading” centre for motoring excellence have come a step closer to reality.
New policy document will shape long-term coronavirus response
The polices that guide the development of new homes, workplaces, and infrastructure in north Oxfordshire are being reviewed, the council has announced.
Poultry farm permission refused
A proposed chicken farm south east of Bicester prompted 195 letters of objection and has been refused planning permission.
Sporting plan for Adderbury nears finish line
A new pavilion and outdoor sports areas for Adderbury came a step closer to reality yesterday, 4 June.
Introducing Oxfordshire Open Thought – a new way of working for a better future
The team behind the Oxfordshire Plan 2050 have launched Oxfordshire Open Thought and are asking people if the changes they’ve made during lockdown life could create a better future.
Hook Norton’s eco-friendly housing plans progress
A community-driven housing development in Hook Norton has come a step closer to being realised, following a council decision.
Waterpark proposal slides out of view
Plans to construct a large leisure resort, including a 498-room hotel, near Chesterton have been halted by the council.
Prestigious award nomination for Cherwell’s innovative office and co-working space
Bicester’s Eco Business Centre is in the running for a national award, recognising its environmental credentials alongside the value it brings to the local economy.
Plan to meet housing needs will return to Inspector
Plans for how north Oxfordshire can help accommodate Oxford’s unmet housing need will return to the Government planning Inspector for examination.
Temporary closure of some car parking spaces at the Mill
As part of the construction works for Castle Quay Waterfront, it is necessary for us to take six parking spaces out of use from The Mill car park from Tuesday 4 February, until Tuesday 11 February.
Community woodland project gains ground in Bicester
Plans for a community woodland to the south west of Bicester are a step closer, with a site to be provided by Countryside Properties (Bicester) Ltd.