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…
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.
Bicester’s Eco Business Centre scoops award for planning innovation
Bicester’s newest office and co-working space has been commended by industry experts for planning excellence.
Hat trick of projects showcased in vision for a cleaner Oxfordshire
Three environmentally responsible projects have taken centre stage during an event to launch the framework for clean, innovative growth in Oxfordshire.
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.
Council ramps up biodiversity target
Developers will be asked to do more for wildlife in north Oxfordshire in the wake of a council decision.
Learning shared as Bicester helps councils from across the country prepare for the future
Delegates from 15 councils across England have converged on Bicester to understand more about the projects being delivered in the town.
Green light for new special educational needs school in Bloxham
Approval has been given for the building of a new 100-pupil special educational needs school near the Warriner School in Bloxham.
Forthcoming closure of Spiceball Leisure Centre footbridge
Please be advised that due to ongoing construction works for Castle Quay Waterfront, the Spiceball Leisure Centre footbridge will be closing from Monday 23 September.
Go-ahead given for go-karting facility in Bicester
Designs to create an indoor go-karting venue in Bicester have been given the green light after a planning committee meeting on Thursday (18 July).
More affordable homes at former airbase
A greater proportion of affordable and smaller homes at a key site in Upper Heyford will make a new development there more accessible to local people.
Time is up for messy mobile home owners
Two Banbury residents who dumped large amounts of waste on their land have had a vacant mobile home towed away from their property today
Infrastructure funding is key to new housing site
Funding for a new primary school, sports pitches and healthcare is key to plans to build up to 320 homes in Banbury.
Green light for major employment site
A new employment site is expected to bring hundreds of jobs to Banbury in the wake of a planning decision.
Voters’ ringing endorsement for Mid-Cherwell Neighbourhood Plan
Residents have delivered an overwhelming referendum result in favour of a document that will guide decisions on future planning applications in the central part of Cherwell district.
Still time to comment on Oxfordshire Plan 2050 consultation
There’s still time to comment on the Introducing the Oxfordshire Plan 2050 public consultation.
Affordable homes set for former pub site
Electric cars will be supported at a future affordable housing development in Banbury as the council advances its programme of investment in the Bretch Hill area.