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Teenagers have their say

Teenagers have their say on developing community projects

Youngsters from across the District gathered to develop potential new community projects as part of a special exercise, Have Your Say.

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New partnership builds on Our house achievements

An innovative community housing project has been strengthened thanks to a new partnership with a leading social enterprise and employment charity.

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Council set to approve provider of key advice services

Proposals for continued investment in welfare benefit, housing, debt and money management and employment advice services are being presented to West Oxfordshire District Council’s Cabinet next week.


West Oxfordshire District Council launches new website

The new site has been launched today (Wednesday) making it easier than ever for residents and businesses to access information and services.

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Businesses rates and changes in the Budget

Many small local businesses received good news in the Budget with an announcement of further business rate relief. 

Street Party In Progress

Do the paperwork to celebrate the special Bank Holiday in style

Thinking of hosting a special celebration to mark the 75th anniversary of VE Day?

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Community Infrastructure Levy and West Oxfordshire’s strategic sites - a clarification

Following misleading Press reports on the application of the Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) to strategic housing sites, Cllr Jeff Haine, Cabinet Member for Strategic Planning, has made a statement.


New phase of Carterton Leisure Centre given the official seal of approval

A fantastic new range of facilities are now available to people using Carterton Leisure Centre.


Financial relief spells good news for West Oxfordshire businesses

West Oxfordshire District Council prepares to send good news about increased business rate relief for hundreds of retail businesses in the district.


Council approves Budget fit for future challenges

West Oxfordshire District Council has delivered a Budget “for the future” costing residents just £2 a week.


Community Activities Grants available

Council calls on groups to make applications for up to £500


Eighty new affordable homes set for Chipping Norton

Work has started on a new development of affordable homes dedicated to people with extra care needs.