PO Box 10, Oxford, OX1 1EN
Tel 01865 249811
Business Rates, or Non-Domestic Rates as they are sometimes known, are payable to the Council who collect them on behalf of the Government.
The compact nature of Oxford means that all of the business parks and industrial areas are within easy reach of the commercial and historic centre, and the network of motorways and trunk roads that link up with other cities.
Find and comment on recent licensing applications and apply for licenses and permits online.
Our approach to business is one of partnership. We are constantly working to improve our processes and the way we work with our suppliers.
Essential information, support and services for you and your business - whether you work for a large organisation or are on your way to starting up.
Information about the local economy in Oxford and moving your business to the area.
We do not directly help with starting up new businesses. Visit the GOV.UK website for information and advice on starting up your own business.
We do not provide a business directory for Oxford.
Our planning team can give advice on planning related issues.
Information on what to do if you face the prospect of being made redundant.
Statistics on the Oxford economy.
Page last reviewed 11 October 2012