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Consultation to begin on Planning Inspector's feedback on the plans for the new Salt Cross Garden Village
The Council will today start a consultation on the Planning Inspector’s feedback on the plans for the new Salt Cross Garden Village, north of the A40 near Eynsham.
West Oxfordshire District Council has expanded the eligibility criteria for the £150 council tax rebate so more people across the district who didn't get the original £150 payment can now apply.
West Oxfordshire District Council has opened the ‘Your Voice Counts’ consultation today which asks residents from across the district to let the Council know what to focus on over the coming years.
West Oxfordshire District Council have been supporting an Oxfordshire-based charity, Reducing the Risk, to reduce the risk of domestic abuse and ensure the safety and wellbeing of victims and survivors.
West Oxfordshire District Council is moving forward with plans to invest the £750,000 New Initiatives Fund to support the delivery of the council priorities and help local people with the cost of living crisis.
West Oxfordshire District Council’s Cabinet to tour the district to help build community engagement with their local council
West Oxfordshire District Council Cabinet meetings, where key decisions are made for the local area in public, are going to be held in venues across the district to make it easier for people to take part in local democracy and have their say.
West Oxfordshire residents are being urged to check their electoral registration details or risk losing their chance to vote on decisions that affect them as the Council starts its Annual household Canvass to check everyone's voting details are up to date
From the leaders of Cherwell District Council, Oxford City Council, South Oxfordshire District Council, Vale of White Horse District Council, West Oxfordshire District Council
Update on Salt Cross Garden Village
West Oxfordshire residents are being invited to turn citizen scientist on Sunday 7 August as the District Council hosts its very first BioBlitz event at Kilkenny Lane Country Park, Brize Norton. The purpose, to gather as many environmental records as possible over a 24-hour period to build a picture of the lives of the different insects, animals and flowers inhabiting the park and document the level of biodiversity at this popular green, open space.
West Oxfordshire District Council has made solid progress against its climate and ecological objectives in the past six months, as outlined in its Climate Action Biannual Report presented to a meeting of the Council's Full Council this week.
West Oxfordshire District Council seeks commitment from Thames Water to reduce pollution of our rivers with raw sewage.
The Council is calling on Thames Water to do more to stop raw sewage being pumped into local rivers by increasing the capacity of sewage treatment works and also provide more transparent monitoring of sewage discharge.