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Cherwell District Council News Releases
Updated: 1 hour 33 min ago
A legal challenge has been launched by Cherwell District Council following a 'confusing and flawed' consultation process regarding plans to downgrade key services at Banbury's Horton General Hospital.
Bills covering council tax for the financial year 2017 to 2018 are now landing on doormats across the district.
Residents can use their kerbside waste and recycling services as usual over the long Easter weekend.
Hundreds of district schoolchildren will be keeping fit and getting creative at the Easter activity hubs from next week.
As Easter is approaching, residents are reminded to do their bit for the environment by recycling packaging in the right way when they have finished enjoying their sweet treats.
As spring cleaning time has arrived, residents are reminded that Cherwell District Council provides affordable services to dispose of extra waste.
Bicester residents are being invited to complete a survey about their health and wellbeing as part of the Healthy New Town programme. A copy is being sent to every household in Bicester and residents can fill the survey online from today.
Job hunters will have the opportunity to meet local employers from a wide range of sectors at the upcoming Bicester Job Fair.
On Friday, 10 March Yvonne Rees was selected as the preferred candidate as Joint Chief Executive of South Northamptonshire and Cherwell District Councils.
Plans for a new development which would bring 1,700 homes to Bicester are moving closer to fruition.
Two shops and 12 flats are set for development in Banbury town centre following a council decision.
A contemporary building will be the new home of The Hill Youth and Community Centre and will have a hall big enough to accommodate a badminton court.
Parents can book an active school holiday for their children from next week, when the Easter activity hub booking lines open.
A car seat, 30 used needles and a significant amount of construction waste were amongst the fly-tip recovered by council officers near Wroxton this week.
The leader of Cherwell District Council has said he will continue to fight Oxfordshire County Council's 'controversial' plans for a unitary authority which will now be considered by the Government.
A deep spring clean will soon refresh the area of Langford Village in Bicester as the council continues its neighbourhood blitz programme.
Independent polling by Ipsos MORI has found two thirds of Oxfordshire residents feel local services should continue to be decided at the district/city level, rather than at the county level.
Plans to reduce vacant town centre properties and boost economic growth within the district have now been given the go ahead by Cherwell District Council.
Schoolchildren from north Oxfordshire have given the police and their MP their views on the issues facing their generation at a special 'Have Your Say Day'.
The district's current housing land supply position was laid out to members at a meeting of Cherwell District Council's executive committee on Monday, 6 March.