New rapid EV chargers open at Headington Car Park, Old Greyfriars Street, and Leys Pool and Leisure centrePublished: 20th May 2022
Members of the public and taxi drivers can now charge their vehicles at three new sites in Oxford, after the installation of six new rapid and fast electric vehicle charging points across the city.
Council event uncovers scale of need across Oxfordshire as residents struggle with Cost of Living crisisPublished: 20th May 2022
As Office for National Statistics (ONS) data reveals Inflation has hit its highest level (9%) in 40 years, Oxford City Council has hosted a Cost of Living training event.
New Oxford City Council Cabinet announcedPublished: 19th May 2022
Councillor Susan Brown, Leader of Oxford City Council, has announced the Cabinet appointments for 2022/2, following the elections on Thursday 5 May.
Comments invited on planning proposals for new Cave Street developmentPublished: 16th May 2022
Oxford City Council is asking residents to comment on the proposals for a new building to replace Standingford House, Cave Street.
Hinksey Outdoor Pool open for the summerPublished: 13th May 2022
Hinksey Heated Outdoor Pool opened this week, on Thursday 12 May, for the summer season.
East Oxford Community Centre redevelopment ready to beginPublished: 13th May 2022
Oxford City Council is getting ready to start the £5.4m redevelopment of east Oxford’s community spaces, including East Oxford Community Centre (EOCC).
Oxford Welcomes New Lord Mayor, Councillor James FryPublished: 13th May 2022
Councillor James Fry is set to be sworn in as the new Lord Mayor of Oxford at the traditional annual mayor making ceremony at 6pm, on Wednesday 18 May 2022, in the Assembly Room, Oxford Town Hall.
New cycle path planned in DonningtonPublished: 13th May 2022
Oxford City Council is planning to construct a new shared cycle and pedestrian path across Donnington Recreation Ground.
Temporary closure of Oxpens car parkPublished: 6th May 2022
Oxford City Council’s Oxpens car park will close temporarily from 16 May 2022 so that the disused car park decking can be dismantled.
May Morning art competition winners capture essence of OxfordPublished: 5th May 2022
A ten-year-old boy, a self-taught member of Oxford Art Society and a queer illustrator are amongst the winners of Oxford City Council’s May Morning art competition.