News published September 2019
Landlords look to forum for best practice
Private landlords can get up-to-date tips on how to hit high standards at a forum next week.
Grant boost raises ceiling for landlords
Banbury landlords can now apply for grant funding of up to £15,000 to renovate their properties when they sign up to Cherwell District Council’s bond scheme.
Early bird bargain for half term hubs
Early birds will soon be able to score a deal on activities for their children as the countdown to the half term hubs begins.
Thousands join to celebrate the arts at the Bicester Festival
The second annual Bicester Festival has drawn in the crowds, celebrating the arts, creativity and culture.
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.
Bicester celebrates homegrown talent as premier arts festival returns
The Bicester Festival roars into life later this week, bringing together people of all ages and abilities to celebrate the arts.
Glory Farm blitz to mark Recycling Week
People living in the Glory Farm area of Bicester will see their neighbourhood benefit from a deep clean next week.
Community Job Fair comes to Banbury
Hundreds of local jobs, education and training opportunities will be available at a community Job Fair in Banbury on Thursday 26 September – open to everyone to attend.
Letting fee refund is win for renters
Tenants should check the wording of their contracts, says the council, after a recent warning to letting agents saw £34,416 of unlawful fees and deposits refunded.
Online options increase to save time for our residents and businesses
Residents and business across Cherwell are from September 1 onwards to be given new online options when conducting their business with the district council.