News published July 2021
Local Plan Partial Review, High Court judgement
The council adopted the Local Plan Partial Review on 7 September 2020.
Have your say on The Oxfordshire Plan 2050
The latest consultation has opened to give people the opportunity to have their say on The Oxfordshire Plan 2050, an innovative strategic planning framework.
Welfare warning as online puppy dealers profit
The council is warning pet lovers to carefully choose whom they do business with, amid warnings that a pandemic boom in dog ownership is allowing unscrupulous online dealers to profit.
Taking a walk on the wild side
Five zoo-themed walking trails are coming to Kidlington, designed to help families to explore their local area on foot, improving community connectivity and boosting physical and mental wellbeing.
Route revealed for prestigious Women’s Tour cycling race (Oxfordshire stage)
Residents between Bicester and Banbury will now be able to pick their spot, ready to cheer on elite riders when this year’s AJ Bell Women’s Tour comes to Oxfordshire on Monday 4 October.
Digital Consultation launched to shape the future of the OxCam Arc
People across the Oxford Cambridge Arc, and all with an interest in the area, will have the opportunity to contribute to the long-term development of the area, as part of a government consultation.
Bankside homes will come with football commitment
Land for a new Banbury United football ground will be provided as part of housing development on the town’s Longford Park estate.
Your chance to have a say on major future infrastructure plans in Oxfordshire
You can have your say on major future infrastructure plans for Oxfordshire as a consultation opens.
Volunteers recognised for outstanding contribution in Cherwell
A special awards ceremony has been held in Cherwell to celebrate the hard work of volunteers and groups who make a real difference in the community.
Parking enforcement changes set to keep traffic moving
The way parking is controlled in Cherwell is set to change in a bid to create safer roads and help traffic flow more freely.