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West Oxfordshire District Council has taken delivery of its first all-electric street sweeper as part of its commitment for all council activities and operations to become carbon neutral by 2030 as it seeks to tackle the climate emergency.
First electric vehicle charging points to go live as District Council gears up for low carbon transport revolution
Drivers of electric vehicles will soon be able to plug in and charge at five West Oxfordshire District Council owned car parks as part of a £5.4m funded project to roll out electric vehicle charging points (EVCP) across Oxfordshire.
West Oxfordshire District Council worked with pupils from St John the Evangelist C of E Primary School to create new wildflower meadows in Carterton.
Voluntary sector organisations across the District are set to be awarded key grant funding from the Council to help support them in delivering support for local communities. The Council is distributing £187,851 to 13 local groups and projects.
West Oxfordshire District Council calls for more consideration to rural travel options in county transport plans
West Oxfordshire District Council is calling for stronger recognition of the transport challenges faced by rural communities in a future planning document for transport across Oxfordshire.
The Great British Spring Clean - Keep Britain Tidy's flagship event - gets underway next week (25 March to 10 April) and residents in West Oxfordshire are invited to join the army of volunteers from across the country who will be cleaning up around where they live, to protect the environment and rid streets of litter.
The Council’s latest climate action biannual report shared at full council includes the results of the Land Management Plan community engagement exercise; the launch of its hedgehog highways campaign; and news of its carbon account with progress towards its target of carbon neutral.
West Oxfordshire District Council has now received guidance from the Government on how to distribute the Government’s Energy Bills Rebate scheme. Residents who pay their Council Tax by direct debit will be among the first to receive payments in April 2022.
14 community projects have benefitted from grants of up to £500 to support projects that foster community cohesion, build relationships and organise activities that benefit residents’ health and wellbeing across the district.