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West Oxfordshire District Council approves ground-breaking scheme to build net-zero carbon, affordable, custom-build homes in Chipping Norton
The Council’s Cabinet, this week, approved the use of land and funding to allow a new development in Walterbush Road, Chipping Norton which will deliver eight custom-build homes on the site that are both net-zero carbon and affordable in a national first.
Householders in West Oxfordshire are being asked to check their refuse and recycling collections days over the Queen’s Jubilee bank holiday weekend - as well as after the celebrations have finished - to ensure they know when their bins and containers need to be presented at the kerbside for emptying.
At its Annual General Meeting today (18 May) the Council voted in a new leader and administration for West Oxfordshire District Council.
Children aged 5-11 years are being invited to design the starting flag for stage 6 of the Women’s Tour. The winner and their family will be given VIP access to the start of the race, a signed tour shirt and will also have the honour of waving the flag to start the stage, which starts at Chipping Norton on Saturday 11 June 2022.
Communities organising celebrations for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee could be eligible for funding support from West Oxfordshire District Council.
Residents of Chipping Norton will be centre stage at the start of Stage 6 of the Women’s Tour of Britain, as the highest town in the county hosts the start of the last day of the race on Saturday June 11th. The full route details were revealed today.
Local MP’s and councillors were out this week using English Tourism Week to visit local businesses in West Oxfordshire to see how the region’s tourism industry is ready to welcome visitors again providing unique experiences as well as vital local jobs
Voters encouraged to make sure they are registered ahead of May local elections.
New starter Jacques, a 23-year-old graduate, has joined West Oxfordshire District Council as a ‘Climate Kickstarter’ to help local residents reduce their carbon footprints and tackle the climate emergency.