After successful six months, joint drugs taskforce targets new area of OxfordPublished: 27th March 2019
After a successful six months, Oxford’s joint taskforce to disrupt and tackle open drug dealing and drug taking in the city’s public spaces is set to move part of its work to a new area of the city.
Barton Park shortlisted for planning partnership awardPublished: 27th March 2019
Oxford’s Barton Park housing development has been shortlisted in the Partnership Working category at the national Planning Awards 2019.
ODS completes refurbishment of Abbey Meadow public toilets for Vale of White HorsePublished: 26th March 2019
Oxford Direct Services (ODS) has completed a major refurbishment of Abingdon’s Abbey Meadow park public toilet facilities for Vale of White Horse District Council.
Oxford Local Plan moves to next stagePublished: 22nd March 2019
The Oxford Local Plan 2036 is entering its final stages.
City Council secures further £700,000 to upgrade buses and cut air pollutionPublished: 22nd March 2019
Oxford City Council has secured a further £700,000 to upgrade the city’s buses and reduce toxic air pollution – bringing the total funding to improve Oxford’s buses to £2.3m.
Come and help paint Barton’s community muralPublished: 21st March 2019
Barton Neighbourhood Centre is inviting local residents to the first painting session for Barton’s community mural.
Oxfordshire to get business and community boost from major women’s cycle racePublished: 20th March 2019
Oxfordshire is expecting economic and health benefits from hosting the prestigious OVO Energy Women’s Tour professional cycling race.
Opportunity to get involved in Oxford Green Week 2019Published: 15th March 2019
Oxford City Council is calling for local businesses and groups to get involved in Oxford Green Week 2019.
We need to work together to shape the changing high streetPublished: 15th March 2019
Oxford City Council has said local and national government, landowners and local residents need to work together to shape the changing nature of the high street in Oxford.
City Council receives £50,000 from Police and Crime Commissioner to tackle knife crime and child drug exploitationPublished: 15th March 2019
Oxford City Council has received £50,000 from the Office of the Police and Crime Commissioner for the Thames Valley to tackle knife crime and child drug exploitation in Oxford.