News published November 2023
Go green by recycling garden waste with a brown bin subscription
As garden waste subscriptions for 2023/24 will soon end, Cherwell residents are encouraged to renew or sign up early to ensure they are ready for 2024.
Funding win sees woodland plans take root
Plans to increase tree cover to capture carbon and enhance the environment in north Oxfordshire have received a boost with news of a £43,600 funding win.
Views sought on 2024/25 budget proposals
Cherwell residents, businesses and communities are encouraged to participate in a budget consultation to help shape vital financial decisions.
Invitation to have say on key housing site
Residents can voice their views on how new homes, infrastructure and places of work will be designed and built on an important site spanning Begbroke and Yarnton in the south of Cherwell district.
Pupils bring creative flair to district dustcarts
Young people from two schools in Cherwell district have seen their award-winning designs installed on two of the council’s bin lorries.
Residents are invited to help shape homelessness strategy
People living in north Oxfordshire are invited to have their say on how Cherwell District Council should tackle homelessness in the future.
Help available to make your home energy efficient and save on your energy bills
Residents are reminded about opportunities to make their homes more energy-efficient and cheaper to keep warm as winter approaches.
A major step in reimagining Banbury town centre
Banbury residents, businesses and visitors are being asked to contribute to a new vision to help Banbury town centre flourish through to 2050.
Updates to council’s net zero commitments
A series of fresh carbon-cutting actions has been given the green light by councillors.
Council office move comes a step closer
Plans for Cherwell District Council to relocate from its current headquarters have reached an important milestone this week.