Your weekly round-up of local news for 8 – 14 February.
Copse Lane, Marston will be closed east of Eden Drive from today (Monday) to Friday for construction of a pedestrian crossing.
Waitrose has submitted a planning application (ref: 15/03655/FUL) to put out tables & chairs on its Old High Street frontage.
A Barton man was sentenced to 6 years in jail for an assault with a bottle in March last year.
The group that runs the Tyndale School off Barracks Lane is interested in opening a new free primary school in Headington. I wrote a background piece about it.
@Oxonbike is going to add 16 electric bikes to its fleet this Spring. They say “Funding has been provided by the Dept of Transport and Oxford University to trial the interest and use of rental e-bikes within the scheme.” (And is ‘fleet’ the right term for a corporate set of bikes?)
Finders Keepers removed their advertising hoarding from the corner of Latimer Road after planning enforcement action.
A man from Headington was killed in an accident on the M40 near Banbury on the night of Sunday 7 February.
An enforcement notice has been served on the owner of 14 Sandfield Road requiring the fence to be lowered and the site cleared of excess materials.
The two people arrested in connection with the Lloyd’s Bank robbery (see HH 250) appeared in Oxford Magistrates’ Court on Friday charged with robbery.
Also on Friday a person riding a bike was taken to hospital in a “serious but not life-threatening condition” after someone hit them with a car.
Active posts on the Headington & Marston e-democracy forum this week:
- Tower block refurbishment
- Empty ground-floor premises in Headington centre