News published October 2018
Council decries court closure decision
People’s desire to see justice done in their own communities has received fresh backing from Cherwell District Council.
Gardeners Close proves a hit with new homeowners
Local workers are invited to tour a show home as properties at a shared ownership development in Bicester are snapped up.
Shifting bulky waste
Our channel shift process is making it quicker and easier for residents to book one of its most popular services – bulky waste collections.
Hotel gets lift off at aviation site
Bicester’s tourist industry has been boosted by news that a new hotel could bring 180 full time jobs to the northern outskirts of the town.
New homes to give caravan site lease of life
The regeneration of Banbury’s Canalside area has progressed with the approval of 63 apartments off Station Approach.
Plans progress at major housing and employment site
Plans which would deliver up to 1,500 homes and over 750 jobs in south east Bicester have advanced with an important council planning decision.
Growth Board Says Let’s Build Affordable Homes
Oxfordshire Growth Board is holding an event this week for developers and registered providers of social housing to invite them to help deliver new affordable homes across the county.
Have a healthy half term with hubs
The countdown is on to the half term hubs programme after a summer which saw record attendance.
Contractor appointed to build new youth centre
Cherwell District Council announced today that it has awarded the contract to build the new Youth and Community Centre at The Hill in Bretch Hill, Banbury to Edgar Taylor (Buckingham) Ltd.
Toxic find sparks hunt for fly-tippers
An investigation is under way after around 16 sheets of asbestos were illegally dumped on woodland in Nethercote, Banbury.