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West Oxfordshire District Council has been working closely with Thames Water to take steps to reduce sewage pollution in our waterways.
West Oxfordshire District Council to await detailed proposal before taking a view on Botley West Solar Farm
West Oxfordshire District Council has agreed to await for detailed plans to be published by the developers of the proposed Botley West Solar Farm before forming its view as part of the next round of community consultation.
West Oxfordshire District Council is currently inviting competitive tenders for a scope of works to install solar photovoltaic (PV) panels on a number of its buildings.
West Oxfordshire District Council hosted a climate change and nature event for parish and town councils on Wednesday 8 March. The event provided an opportunity to share knowledge and collaborate on carbon reduction measures to meet our ambitious net zero targets, climate change adaptation, and ecological improvement across West Oxfordshire.
West Oxfordshire District Council is supporting the Debate not Hate campaign launched by the Local Government Association. The campaign serves as a reminder, that democracy thrives on discussion but should never involve personal attacks or abuse.
West Oxfordshire District Council has agreed to strengthen its approach to flood risk management by dedicating more resources to developing flood prevention schemes, reviewing the state of critical water courses to ensure their proper management, and exploring natural flood management schemes.
Residents, community groups and local parish and town councils wanting to clear up their local area will be able to borrow litter picking equipment from West Oxfordshire District Council for as long as they need it.
West Oxfordshire businesses operating in the retail, leisure and hospitality sectors will benefit from £5,990,601.91 in Business Rate relief for the 2023/24 financial year. The relief will benefit 756 businesses in West Oxfordshire.
West Oxfordshire District Council’s waste contractor, Ubico, has been found to provide ‘good value for money’ for the Council and its residents in a recent report.
West Oxfordshire District Council is supporting emerging new government legislation which will increase the council tax payments on empty and second homes with the aim of trying to increase the amount of homes available for local people in the area.
The Planning Inspectors have sent their final report to West Oxfordshire District Council (WODC) on its Area Action Plan (AAP) for Salt Cross Garden Village, which confirms what changes need to be made before the plan can be fully adopted.
Are you ready for the elections? Voters encouraged to make sure they are registered and have photo ID ahead of May Local Elections
Voters across West Oxfordshire District are being encouraged to make sure they are registered, have applied for postal voting, and applied for identification if needed, ahead of the deadlines so that they can vote in the local elections on 4 May.