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Improvements to town centre office begin shortly.
Funding continues for supporting people with complex personal issues who have been homeless for a long time or who have had issues in sustaining accommodation.
Further support for "Our House" project from West Oxfordshire District Council
Throughout the year 2022, the ‘Be Kind to Your Mind’ campaign will shine a light on mental health, focussing on ways residents can improve mental health and wellbeing through self-help techniques and recognise the services which are providing invaluable support across West Oxfordshire.
Voluntary and community groups will benefit from free training to help them improve and thrive as West Oxfordshire District Council launches a series of monthly online workshops.
Rented properties with the poorest energy ratings targeted as part of campaign to end cold and damp homes
Landlords will be given the opportunity to bring any domestic rented property, failing to meet the Minimum Energy Efficiency Standards (MEES), up to the legal requirement as part of a three month campaign by West Oxfordshire District Council targeting properties in the district with the worst energy performance ratings.
Residents in West Oxfordshire district will see no change to their rubbish, food waste and recycling collection days over the forthcoming Christmas and New Year break, although the garden waste service will be temporarily suspended.
A fixed penalty notice has been issued to illegal fly tippers following members of the public witnessing and reporting the crime and an investigation by West Oxfordshire District Council officers
The on-going redevelopment of the two former Cottsway housing schemes is now well underway, with new, modern apartments offering larger living spaces and eco-friendly features taking shape.
Theatre Chipping Norton has received funding for a community public art project that cuts across generations.
A drop in clinic in West Oxfordshire staffed by the NHS has administered 4,887 vaccinations.
Have your say on West Oxfordshire District Council’s budget as consultation opens on where council tax will be spent next year
Residents and businesses in West Oxfordshire are being urged to give their views on the District Council’s spending plans as it prepares its budget for the next financial year.