News published August 2018
Annual update on voter registration underway
Those expecting to be able to vote in planned or unplanned elections are being urged to respond to forms being sent to households in Cherwell.
New offices could bring thousands of jobs to Bicester
The prospect of 4,000 jobs being created at a site in Bicester has grown closer with a council planning decision.
Free workforce wellbeing event for local businesses
Businesses in Bicester and the surrounding areas are invited to attend a business-to-business health and wellbeing showcase.
CCTV to help combat fly-tipping
The council are introducing CCTV cameras to catch the people who fly-tip in the district and will be cracking down on those who commit this offence.
The easy path to self-build dream
Aspiring self-builders are being offered an easier route to financing their dream home, thanks to an innovative council pilot.
Stereo seizure enforces sound of silence
Grimsbury is a more peaceful place for residents after council officers turned the volume down on a noisy neighbour.
Squeaky clean Kings End
South-west Bicester will be looking spick and span in time for the end of summer as a large council clean-up comes to Kings End.
Residents are encouraged to be more active with a free course
Sport England, Run Together Cherwell and Cherwell District Council are looking for volunteers to train as run leaders.
Out with the old at The Hill
Banbury’s Bretch Hill is preparing to bid farewell to an old youth centre building as preparations gather pace for its replacement.