News published March 2021
Oxfordshire businesses inspire each other to greener futures
Businesses in Oxfordshire continue to sign up to a countywide project, working together to promote sustainable economic recovery in the region.
Get ready to vote on 6 May
Voters across Oxfordshire are preparing to have their say in a bumper set of local elections.
Have your say on the proposed A4095/B4100 roundabout improvements in Bicester
Residents of Bicester are invited to view an online exhibition on a road improvement scheme in the north of the town in a consultation which opens on Friday 19 March.
Funding win boosts council’s climate action
Visiting a council leisure centre for gym or swim will soon be greener, thanks to a £6 million funding award from the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS).
Leader's statement in advance of National Day of Reflection
On Tuesday 23 March, the council will be joining the rest of the UK in marking a year since the first national lockdown.
Key dates set out as Cherwell looks ahead to a big day of elections on May 6
Voters in Cherwell are being reminded of a list of key dates during Spring in the lead up to a big day of elections on Thursday, May 6.
Banbury to host prestigious Women’s Tour cycling race finish 2021
Banbury residents will welcome the world’s best cyclists when the town hosts the finish of this year’s opening Women’s Tour stage on Monday 4 October it was announced today.
New tool developed to make sure no residents fall through the gaps
An intuitive piece of software has been developed, giving detailed information about the population of north Oxfordshire, to enable a more tailored approach to service provision in the area.
Motor centre in drive towards national award
The regeneration of the former RAF Bicester site – one of the town’s most important historic assets – is being given recognition by the Royal Town Planning Institute Awards for…
Takeaway prosecuted for rodent infestation
A Banbury takeaway where a mouse infestation was discovered has pleaded guilty and been prosecuted for a series of serious food hygiene offences.