No gender pay gap at City CouncilPublished: 29th March 2018
In line with new legislation Oxford City Council has published the gender pay gap data for the year ending 31 March 2017. It shows that, for basic pay, which is based on hourly rates, there is no gender pay gap at the City Council.
Are you registered to vote?Published: 28th March 2018
There is an election for half of the Oxford City Council seats on 3 May and if you’re not registered, you can’t vote. You have to register yourself; no one can do it for you.
Redbridge Park and Ride updatePublished: 28th March 2018
The travellers who have been in occupation at the Redbridge Park and Ride facility since 10 March have now left.
Rogue landlord prosecuted for the second time in six months for HMO offencesPublished: 26th March 2018
An Oxford landlord with a previous conviction for housing offences was fined £10,000 and ordered to pay the City Council £1,535 in costs when he appeared at Oxford Magistrates’ Court on 20 March 2018.
City Council agrees to promote the Oxford Living WagePublished: 26th March 2018
Oxford City Council’s Executive Board has agreed to promote the Oxford Living Wage and encourage local employers to give their staff fairer pay for a day’s work.
Redbridge Park and Ride updatePublished: 26th March 2018
Following the occupation of part of the Redbridge Park and Ride on 10 March by a group of approximately 36 travellers' caravans, Oxford City Council immediately started legal proceedings.
New taskforce set to launch to tackle drug dealing and use in OxfordPublished: 26th March 2018
Oxford City Council and Thames Valley Police are set to launch a joint taskforce to tackle hotspots of the dealing and use of drugs in Oxford.
Oxford leads the way with Oxford Electric Vehicle SummitPublished: 26th March 2018
In fewer than 100 days’ time, Oxford will host a two-day Electric Vehicle Summit - bringing together key leaders and players from across the electric vehicle and charging infrastructure industry.
Oxford City Council secures almost £200,000 to purchase electric vehicles for Covered Market tradersPublished: 26th March 2018
Oxford City Council has secured almost £200,000 of Government funding to purchase electric delivery vehicles and install charging points for Covered Market traders.
Work set to start on creating new £1m health and community hub at Barton Neighbourhood CentrePublished: 26th March 2018
Oxford City Council is set to start work on creating a new £1m health and community hub at Barton Neighbourhood Centre.