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This is Oxfordshire
Council chief refuses to back 14,300 homes planconcern is that by using the wrong set of data to make decisions then you are m
Council chief refuses to back 14,300 homes plan
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 3 days ago
concern is that by using the wrong set of data to make decisions then you are making flawed decisions." Council leader for Cherwell District Council Barry Wood argued however: "If you don't have a local plan you are open to planning by... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Council chief refuses to back 14,300 homes planconcern is that by using the wrong set of data to make decisions then you are m
Council chief refuses to back 14,300 homes plan
Oxford Mail / Posted 3 days ago
concern is that by using the wrong set of data to make decisions then you are making flawed decisions." Council leader for Cherwell District Council Barry Wood argued however: "If you don't have a local plan you are open to planning by... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
New church for Banbury congregationdemolished and replaced with a purpose-built building. The Fairway Methodist C
New church for Banbury congregation
Banbury Guardian / Posted 6 days ago
demolished and replaced with a purpose-built building. The Fairway Methodist Church had stood empty for two years prior to Cherwell District Council taking over the site to deliver 11 new shared ownership homes via its Build! project. Under the... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Neighbourhood plan for Bloxham ready for the voteshared vision by locals for their area was pored over by an independent examine
Neighbourhood plan for Bloxham ready for the vote
Oxford Mail / Posted 7 days ago
shared vision by locals for their area was pored over by an independent examiner over the summer, whose report was seen by Cherwell District Council. At a district council executive meeting on Monday, September 5, members agreed to amend the plan... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
Banbury Town centre enters national competitionBanbury could be in line for a top award that recognises the success of its tow
Banbury Town centre enters national competition
Banbury Guardian / Posted 10 days ago
Banbury could be in line for a top award that recognises the success of its town centre. Cherwell District Council’s economic development team has entered Banbury for the Large Market Town category of the Great British High Street Awards. The entry... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
Cherwell’s Activity Hubs will return for half-termpopular sports and activity hubs, preparations are under way to have them retur
Cherwell’s Activity Hubs will return for half-term
Banbury Guardian / Posted 13 days ago
popular sports and activity hubs, preparations are under way to have them return in time for the October half-term break. Cherwell District Council hosts the hubs as a cost-effective way of keeping children happy, safe and active over school... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
Rotarians in bid to get Banbury bloomingup on October 22 to coincide with World Polio Day on October 24. The scheme is
Rotarians in bid to get Banbury blooming
Banbury Guardian / Posted 14 days ago
up on October 22 to coincide with World Polio Day on October 24. The scheme is being supported by Banbury Town Council and Cherwell District Council and a previous scheme helped immunise almost 100,000 children. Owen Kyffin, president of The... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
Banbury’s North Bar business’s woes continuedrivers to access businesses resulting in a build up of waste and the noise and
Banbury’s North Bar business’s woes continue
Banbury Guardian / Posted 15 days ago
drivers to access businesses resulting in a build up of waste and the noise and smell which is keeping people away. Cherwell District Council said in a statement:” Cherwell District Council announced earlier this year that it would be... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
Demolition of Banbury’s multi-storey carpark gets underwayon a multi-storey car park in Banbury with the first external concrete pillars
Demolition of Banbury’s multi-storey carpark gets underway
Banbury Guardian / Posted 15 days ago
on a multi-storey car park in Banbury with the first external concrete pillars being removed from the site. Last month Cherwell District Council appointed Armac Group to demolish the Bolton Road car park after an independent inspection... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
Burnt and vandalised garages to be clearedand have seen paint thrown at them. In a letter to Sanctuary Housing, which ow
Burnt and vandalised garages to be cleared
Banbury Guardian / Posted 15 days ago
and have seen paint thrown at them. In a letter to Sanctuary Housing, which owns the site, Thames Valley Police and Cherwell District Council, resident Alistair Myles, said: “Myself and other neighbours have swept up glass and re-erected the... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Banbury set to bloom as thousands of crocuses planted to beat poliofor immunisation against polio, a virus often affecting children that can cause
Banbury set to bloom as thousands of crocuses planted to beat polio
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 16 days ago
for immunisation against polio, a virus often affecting children that can cause paralysis, deformities or death. This year Cherwell District Council, Banbury Town Council and local accountants firm Whitley Stimpson have funded the purchase of huge... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Banbury set to bloom as thousands of crocuses planted to beat poliofor immunisation against polio, a virus often affecting children that can cause
Banbury set to bloom as thousands of crocuses planted to beat polio
Oxford Mail / Posted 16 days ago
for immunisation against polio, a virus often affecting children that can cause paralysis, deformities or death. This year Cherwell District Council, Banbury Town Council and local accountants firm Whitley Stimpson have funded the purchase of huge... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Chicken shop allowed to continue cooking burgers in toasters despite zero food hygiene scoreshop has been allowed to continue cooking burgers in a toaster despite receivin
Chicken shop allowed to continue cooking burgers in toasters despite zero food hygiene score
Oxford Mail / Posted 20 days ago
shop has been allowed to continue cooking burgers in a toaster despite receiving a zero food hygiene. Inspectors from Cherwell District Council are checking with the toaster's manufacturer as ti whether it is appropriate for Chicken Hut in... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Chicken shop allowed to continue cooking burgers in toasters despite zero food hygiene scoreshop has been allowed to continue cooking burgers in a toaster despite receivin
Chicken shop allowed to continue cooking burgers in toasters despite zero food hygiene score
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 20 days ago
shop has been allowed to continue cooking burgers in a toaster despite receiving a zero food hygiene. Inspectors from Cherwell District Council are checking with the toaster's manufacturer as ti whether it is appropriate for Chicken Hut in... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Bicester Airfield to be turned into national centre for aviation and motoring following agreementthe amount of paperwork needed for repairs, thereby making it easier for work t
Bicester Airfield to be turned into national centre for aviation and motoring following agreement
Oxford Mail / Posted 21 days ago
the amount of paperwork needed for repairs, thereby making it easier for work to go ahead. Last Thursday, members of Cherwell District Council backed the HPA, which provides an agreed set of rules for planned repair works and other... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
Power Business Clinics to be offered to budding Banbury entrepreneurshigh street giants such as BHS struggling to find a place in the modern market
Power Business Clinics to be offered to budding Banbury entrepreneurs
Banbury Guardian / Posted 21 days ago
high street giants such as BHS struggling to find a place in the modern market what help is out there for entrepreneurs? Cherwell District Council works in conjunction with a number of non-profit organisations to provide start-up businesses... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Banbury transformed into Harry Potter wonderlandand summer Old Town Parties in Banbury, which are organised by the town council
Banbury transformed into Harry Potter wonderland
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 23 days ago
and summer Old Town Parties in Banbury, which are organised by the town council alongside the Old Town Association and Cherwell District Council to put the spotlight on the dynamic offering of small independent traders in the town. Banbury... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Banbury transformed into Harry Potter wonderlandand summer Old Town Parties in Banbury, which are organised by the town council
Banbury transformed into Harry Potter wonderland
Oxford Mail / Posted 23 days ago
and summer Old Town Parties in Banbury, which are organised by the town council alongside the Old Town Association and Cherwell District Council to put the spotlight on the dynamic offering of small independent traders in the town. Banbury... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
Banbury Old Town Party has Harry Potter themeinfiltrated by wizards and fantasy beasts. Organised by Banbury’s Old Town Ass
Banbury Old Town Party has Harry Potter theme
Banbury Guardian / Posted 28 days ago
infiltrated by wizards and fantasy beasts. Organised by Banbury’s Old Town Association working in association with both Cherwell District Council and Banbury Town Council the popular event will be held on Saturday, September 3 from 9.30am. It... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
Closures ahead as Banbury’s car parks get a spruce upCherwell District Council-run car parks are due to be spruced up over the next
Closures ahead as Banbury’s car parks get a spruce up
Banbury Guardian / Posted 28 days ago
Cherwell District Council-run car parks are due to be spruced up over the next few months causing closures along the way. Between August 30 and the end of November, Graham Construction will carry out various resurfacing and relining works to the... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
Plan of action for pollution hot spotsin north Oxfordshire is to be discussed by councillors next week. An air quali
Plan of action for pollution hot spots
Banbury Guardian / Posted 29 days ago
in north Oxfordshire is to be discussed by councillors next week. An air quality action plan has been put together by Cherwell District Council (CDC) and outlines actions the authority plans to take to improve air quality in the district... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Roof work certified by council 'cost homeowner £50,000' after leakscost the homeowner more than £50,000. Chris Harris, of Charlton-on-Otmoor, cla
Roof work certified by council 'cost homeowner £50,000' after leaks
Oxford Mail / Posted 1 months ago
cost the homeowner more than £50,000. Chris Harris, of Charlton-on-Otmoor, claims a building certificate given to him by Cherwell District Council for his conservatory roof was "not worth the paper it is written on". The work – to change the... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Council criticised for approving work on roof that leaked and cost homeowner £50,000cost the homeowner more than £50,000. Chris Harris, of Charlton-on-Otmoor, cla
Council criticised for approving work on roof that leaked and cost homeowner £50,000
Oxford Mail / Posted 1 months ago
cost the homeowner more than £50,000. Chris Harris, of Charlton-on-Otmoor, claims a building certificate given to him by Cherwell District Council for his conservatory roof was "not worth the paper it is written on". The work – to change the... Read more

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