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Oxford Mail
First brick laid on latest addition to Kingsmere estateand in sue by early 2018. It will sit among the housing estate which is expect
Oxford Mail / Posted 20 hours ago
and in sue by early 2018. It will sit among the housing estate which is expected to have up to 2,450 homes once complete. Cherwell District Council leader Barry Wood added: "As new homes go up in Bicester it is right that the council and... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Your chance to nominate streets to name after war heroesthe chance to commemorate local people who have made the ultimate sacrifice. I
Oxford Mail / Posted 20 hours ago
the chance to commemorate local people who have made the ultimate sacrifice. It follows a motion passed unanimously by Cherwell District Council proposed by Banbury councillor Kieron Mallon, formerly of the Irish Guards. Mr Mallon, the current... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Caution for demonstrator who chained himself to council buildingA MAN who chained himself to the gates of Cherwell District Council's offices w
Oxford Mail / Posted yesterday
A MAN who chained himself to the gates of Cherwell District Council's offices with a sound system blaring has got away with a caution. The stand-off on Monday at Bodicote House, just south of Banbury, lasted for several hours and saw the man... Read more
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Thame Gazette
Bumper plans for Bicester Village with 28 more shops and 519 extra parking baysand the main access road will get two new lanes and a set of traffic lights to
Thame Gazette / Posted 2 days ago
and the main access road will get two new lanes and a set of traffic lights to ease congestion. The plans, approved by Cherwell District Council yesterday, were revised from the initial application last July to add 519 parking spaces rather... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
CPRE says building on Oxford green belt should be a ‘last resort’Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) has objected to housing being built on
Banbury Guardian / Posted 2 days ago
Campaign to Protect Rural England (CPRE) has objected to housing being built on Oxford’s green belt as part of plans by Cherwell District Council (CDC) to help the city meet its unmet housing need. CDC is consulting on a partial review of its local... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Bin collections set to change for 33,000 householdscollection changes coming into effect next week. From Tuesday, August 1 new bi
Oxford Mail / Posted 2 days ago
collection changes coming into effect next week. From Tuesday, August 1 new bin collection days are being rolled out by Cherwell District Council for about half of all households in the district. Most of the affected homes are in Banbury,... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
Cherwell District Council approve motion to honour the bravethe fallen of the First World War and other conflicts are forever remembered in
Banbury Guardian / Posted 2 days ago
the fallen of the First World War and other conflicts are forever remembered in and around Banbury was unveiled last week. Cherwell District Council unanimously passed a motion that would encourage new roads on housing developments to be named... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Man arrested following council office protestA MAN was arrested after chaining himself to the offices of Cherwell District C
Oxford Mail / Posted 3 days ago
A MAN was arrested after chaining himself to the offices of Cherwell District Council in a dramatic demonstration yesterday morning Police and crews from Oxfordshire Fire and Rescue were called to the scene at Bodicote House, just south of... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
Bodicote House returns to normal after lone protester causes shutdownCherwell District Council (CDC) offices were disrupted this morning for almost
Banbury Guardian / Posted 3 days ago
Cherwell District Council (CDC) offices were disrupted this morning for almost four hours after a protester chained himself to security gates. At about 9.30am this morning, July 24, Banbury resident Paul Buckley, entered the reception area of the... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
Bodicote House re-opens after lone protester causes shutdownCherwell District Council (CDC) offices were this morning closed for almost fou
Banbury Guardian / Posted 3 days ago
Cherwell District Council (CDC) offices were this morning closed for almost four hours after a protestor chained himself to security gates. At about 9.30am this morning, July 24, Banbury resident Paul Buckley, entered the reception area of the CDC... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Man 'armed with petrol and lighter fluid' protests at council officesA MAN carrying 'large quantities' of petrol and lighter fluid reportedly chaine
Oxford Mail / Posted 3 days ago
A MAN carrying 'large quantities' of petrol and lighter fluid reportedly chained himself up in the offices of Cherwell District Council. Police and crews from Oxfordshire Fire & Rescue were on the scene at Bodicote House, south of Banbury, before... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Man 'armed with petrol and lighter fluid' chains himself to council officesA MAN carrying 'large quantities' of petrol and lighter fluid has reportedly ch
Oxford Mail / Posted 3 days ago
A MAN carrying 'large quantities' of petrol and lighter fluid has reportedly chained himself up in the offices of Cherwell District Council. Police and crews from Oxfordshire Fire & Rescue are on the scene at Bodicote House, south of Banbury. It is... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Man 'armed with petrol and lighter fluid' chains himself to council officesA MAN carrying 'large quantities' of petrol and lighter fluid has reportedly ch
Oxford Mail / Posted 3 days ago
A MAN carrying 'large quantities' of petrol and lighter fluid has reportedly chained himself up in the offices of Cherwell District Council. Police and crews from Oxfordshire Fire & Rescue are on the scene at Bodicote House, south of Banbury. It is... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
Bin collection days to change for half of Cherwell’s residentsare fortnightly – and the colour of the bin collected will not change, but the
Banbury Guardian / Posted 6 days ago
are fortnightly – and the colour of the bin collected will not change, but the day will be different for some residents. Cherwell District Council (CDC) has delivered postcards with the new collection days to over 33,000 homes across the... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
Snagging issues blamed for delay to Banbury’s new affordable homeson the progress of the build was also thin on the ground for residents and coun
Banbury Guardian / Posted 7 days ago
on the progress of the build was also thin on the ground for residents and councillors in the area. Sean Woodcock, Cherwell District Councillor for the ward and leader of the Labour opposition party within CDC, said: “As a ward councillor... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Latest round-up of convictionsOrdered to restore £700. Adrian Ryall, 48, of Fewcott View, Fritwell, admitted
Oxford Mail / Posted 7 days ago
Ordered to restore £700. Adrian Ryall, 48, of Fewcott View, Fritwell, admitted committing fraud by failing to disclose to Cherwell District Council that he was employed and his earnings increased, which he was under a legal duty to disclose, to... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
Police workshops with teachers focus on hate crime and sexual exploitationand drug use have been the focus of police workshops with teachers in Banbury a
Banbury Guardian / Posted 9 days ago
and drug use have been the focus of police workshops with teachers in Banbury and Cherwell. Thames Valley Police (TVP) and Cherwell District Council (CDC) hosted the safeguarding workshops with 13 primary and nine secondary schools as part of the... Read more
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Oxford Mail
'New industrial park will turn Bicester into a 'warehouse town' and lead to danger on the roads'proposal, put forward by developers Albion Land, was approved on Thursday, desp
Oxford Mail / Posted 12 days ago
proposal, put forward by developers Albion Land, was approved on Thursday, despite almost every Bicester councillor on the Cherwell District Council planning committee voting for refusal. The plans, put forward in two applications, including... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
Banbury couple call for better provision for disabled adultspeople coming.” The pair have started a website, accessiblebanbury.co.uk and h
Banbury Guardian / Posted 12 days ago
people coming.” The pair have started a website, accessiblebanbury.co.uk and have been already been in contact with Cherwell District Council and representatives of Castle Quay 2. Dewi said: “Originally we were hoping with the new CQ2... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Record numbers saddled up for Bicester Bike Dayis the lead developer taking forward the 6,000-home eco town. It worked on the
Oxford Mail / Posted 12 days ago
is the lead developer taking forward the 6,000-home eco town. It worked on the event with the Healthy Bicester team, Cherwell District Council, Bioregional, Grassroots Bicester, Bicester Green, Breeze, Team Extreme and We Are Cycling UK. Ms... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
Project which aims to boost green economy in county gets EU cashmeasures. It is hoped it will result in improved air quality, reduced energy bi
Banbury Guardian / Posted 13 days ago
measures. It is hoped it will result in improved air quality, reduced energy bills and a boost to the local economy. Cherwell District Council is one of the six partners and is working with Bioregional, a charity which aims to create better... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Huge warehouse development will lead to 'danger' on the roadsproposal, put forward by developers Albion Land, was approved on Thursday despi
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 14 days ago
proposal, put forward by developers Albion Land, was approved on Thursday despite almost every Bicester councillor on the Cherwell District Council planning committee voting for refusal. The plans, put forward in two applications including... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Anger over plans to move historic golf club 300 yardsbeen selected as part of a development for 1,180 homes between Cutteslowe and t
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 19 days ago
been selected as part of a development for 1,180 homes between Cutteslowe and the A34. Frieze Farm, the land assigned by Cherwell District Council which is behind the plan as a potential replacement golf course, sits just over 300 yards from the... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Anger over plans to move historic golf club 300 yardsbeen selected as part of a development for 1,180 homes between Cutteslowe and t
Oxford Mail / Posted 19 days ago
been selected as part of a development for 1,180 homes between Cutteslowe and the A34. Frieze Farm, the land assigned by Cherwell District Council which is behind the plan as a potential replacement golf course, sits just over 300 yards from the... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Pack houses in tighter to save the Green Belt say campaignersthe city, a large portion of the city’s unmet housing need has had to be picked
Oxford Mail / Posted 20 days ago
the city, a large portion of the city’s unmet housing need has had to be picked up by Oxfordshire’s district councils. Cherwell District Council, for example, is preparing to build 3,900 homes on Green Belt land between Oxford and... Read more
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Oxford Mail
'Build more densely to save what's left of Oxford's Green Belt' say countryside campaignersthe city, a large portion of the city’s unmet housing need has had to be picked
Oxford Mail / Posted 20 days ago
the city, a large portion of the city’s unmet housing need has had to be picked up by Oxfordshire’s district councils. Cherwell District Council, for example, is preparing to build 3,900 homes on Green Belt land between Oxford and... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
Banbury MP Victoria Prentis votes ‘no’ on pay cap amendmentfire fighters, teachers, police officers and NHS doctors and nurses. Banbury C
Banbury Guardian / Posted 24 days ago
fire fighters, teachers, police officers and NHS doctors and nurses. Banbury Cllr Sean Woocock, leader of Labour Party on Cherwell District Council. NNL-170523-105204001 Mrs Prentis was reelected during last month’s general election for her... Read more
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Oxford Mail
New lease of life at last for infamous empty buildingapplication by developers Brickmort to revive the mock Tudor building next door
Oxford Mail / Posted 29 days ago
application by developers Brickmort to revive the mock Tudor building next door has also been given the seal of approval by Cherwell District Council. The former Crown Hotel is to be converted into four new self-contained apartments, along with a... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
Disused Banbury bungalows owned by London borough to become affordable homespage on Facebook have expressed incredulity that Banbury properties could be le
Banbury Guardian / Posted 30 days ago
page on Facebook have expressed incredulity that Banbury properties could be left to rot by a London borough. This week, Cherwell District Council (CDC) told the Banbury Guardian the bungalows are being transferred to housing association... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
Banbury arcade to be given a faceliftis to get a makeover. Orchard Way’s frontage is subject of a number of improve
Banbury Guardian / Posted 1 months ago
is to get a makeover. Orchard Way’s frontage is subject of a number of improvements given official planning consent by Cherwell District Council last Thursday. Orchard Way shops, Banbury, are due for a facelift. NNL-170620-121252009 The... Read more

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