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Local businesses in West Oxfordshire that are affected by the national lockdown will be able to apply for a Support Grant from this Monday (16 Nov).
A specialist Council team will this week start contacting more than 4,000 ‘clinically extremely vulnerable’ (CEV) residents across the District.
Residents across the District have had their electric blankets tested despite the Covid-19 pandemic.
Council planners want to hear views on a document designed to help inform developers how much they will be required to pay towards infrastructure for new developments in the District.
We are aware many business owners will be worried about the financial implications of having to close due to the new lockdown restrictions on Thursday.
Help will be available to those who need it this winter as the Oxfordshire community comes together to do its bit to control the virus and save lives.
Firework displays should be regulated more effectively to prevent distress to vulnerable people, animals and to avoid environmental damage, councillors have ruled.
Councillors have backed a petition demanding action against the pollution of rivers with sewage by Thames Water.
A major plan designed to cut carbon emissions to zero at West Oxfordshire District Council has been agreed by councillors.
Oxford will be moved into the government’s ‘high’ or tier 2 alert level after a further rise in cases of COVID-19 – meaning that the city’s residents will need to abide by new rules from Saturday 31 October.
A comprehensive blueprint outlining how the Council will oversee the recovery of the District from the Covid-19 pandemic has been approved by councillors.
Cllr Michele Mead has been unveiled as the new Leader of West Oxfordshire District Council.