News published November 2018
Council fleet turns over a greener leaf
The Thorpe Lane waste and recycling depot in Banbury is welcoming the latest generation of electric vehicles.
Considerate constructors head to The Hill
Building work got underway this morning on the new Hill Youth and Community Centre building in Banbury.
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.
Top tips for landlords at event
Private landlords can get up-to-date tips on how to hit high standards at a free forum next week.
Best of business called to awards
Entrepreneurs, business leaders and charities are being invited to a free event as the council gears up for its annual celebration of north Oxfordshire’s dynamic economy.
Keep-fit groups get up and running
People looking to kick-start their fitness can look forward to new opportunities to take up running this autumn.
Roof over my head
An innovative new course is giving local people who have lost their home, or who are at risk of becoming homeless, the skills and confidence to help them to keep a roof over their heads.
Clean team goes for Glory
A cleanliness campaign will visit Bicester’s Glory Farm next week as Cherwell District Council’s street cleansing team takes on litter, fly-tips, graffiti and more.