People across South Oxfordshire and the Vale of White Horse are being urged to protect their friends and family this Christmas and help to stop the spread of Covid-19. The number of recorded positive cases of Covid-19 has risen significantly in Oxfordshire since the national lockdown ended, and while the number remains relatively low in […]
This year the council is closed from 5pm on Wednesday 23 December until 9am Monday 4 January. There will be access to emergency support and services during that time. Community Hub The councils’ dedicated service for people who need urgent help, and have no other support because of Covid-19 will be available on an emergency […]
Owners of a pub in Crowmarsh Gifford have been ordered to pay almost £6,500 for breaching food and safety rules after rat droppings were found in the food storage areas and the kitchen was not adequately cleaned. South Oxfordshire District Council environmental health team brought the case, which was heard at Oxford Magistrates’ Court on […]
South Oxfordshire District Council has made changes to its strategy for infrastructure funding in a move to release further funds for larger community projects across the district. The changes to the way the council spends Community Infrastructure Levy (CIL) funds will mean that money secured from housing developments in the district will be released for […]
On Monday 14 December Cllr Sue Cooper, leader of South Oxfordshire District Council, sent a letter to MHCLG in response to their correspondence about Self and Custom building.
Issued on 11 December 2020 Following a government Direction to progress the Local Plan 2035 through to examination and adoption, councillors at South Oxfordshire District Council have voted to adopt the plan. Cllr Anne-Marie Simpson, Cabinet Member for Planning at South Oxfordshire District Council, said: “We were faced with no real choice but to adopt […]
A letter from Cllr Sue Cooper, leader of South Oxfordshire District Council regarding the Cross Thames Travel Group Joint Statement is available here:
South Oxfordshire District Council Leader, Cllr Sue Cooper, says: “Because cases of Covid-19 have reduced in South Oxfordshire, pubs, shops, gyms and restaurants can re-open as we move into Tier 2 today.
South Oxfordshire and Vale of White Horse District Councils have raised £53,030,143 for local infrastructure since April 2016 from housing developers building new homes in the districts. There are two main ways the councils raise cash for infrastructure – legal agreements with developers known as Section 106 agreements that are signed before planning permission can […]
A major change aimed at helping to prevent illegal parking could move a step closer in the Vale of White Horse and South Oxfordshire this week. At their respective meetings on 3 and 4 December, South Oxfordshire and Vale of White Horse District Councils’ cabinets will consider whether to move forward with proposals for Civil […]