News published February 2020
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 Government planning Inspector for examination.
George helps Keep Cherwell Tidy
George Gilkes will visit dozens of community groups in north Oxfordshire this spring to deliver litter-picking equipment for the Great British Spring Clean.
Love is in the air as Bicester students find their ideal community companion on Valentine’s day
Lower sixth form students from across Bicester have taken part in a fair designed to match-make new volunteers with community organisations (Friday 14 February).
Show your love for recycling this Valentine’s Day!
If you’re lucky enough to receive flowers, boxes of chocolates or cards from an admirer, we’d ask you to think about their environmental impact.
Specialist housing team reaches finals
A council team’s work with people living with mental health issues, learning disabilities, and affected by substance misuse, has seen them reach the finals of the UK Housing Awards.
Bicester volunteer groups helped to plan for the future
Volunteer organisations in Bicester have gathered together to share ideas about how they can prosper in 2020.
A change to telephone line opening hours
Please be aware that from Tuesday 11 February, opening hours at our customer contact centre will change. Phone lines will be opening at the later time of 9am.
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.
Council proposes budget with a green focus as it plans ahead for 2020/21
Residents will benefit as the result of a “green investment budget” that has been proposed at Cherwell District Council as it continues to progress its plans to be carbon neutral by 2030.