Your weekly round-up of local news for 11 – 17 July.
The heatpipe planning application finally surfaced on the City website on Thursday. Its reference number is 16/01565/FUL. There is now a consultation period which runs until 18 August. As yet no comments have been published.
All my posts about the project are under the ‘Energy Project’ tab in the main menu, and there’s a page of links and contact details here.
The body of Sara McDonald of Woodstock, who was reported missing on Monday, was found in Shotover Country Park on Tuesday.
Oxford City FC managing director Colin Taylor was found dead at the club’s ground in Marsh Lane, Marston on Sunday (yesterday) morning. Police say the circumstances of his death are not thought to be suspicious.
The Telegraph education supplement published a guide to Ruskin College. You may find the article is behind a paywall.
A blocked sewer has been causing a foul water overflow in Brookside and London Road. Councillor @RuthWilk is on the case. The problem seems to have been caused by, among other things, baby wipes being flushed down the toilet. Don’t do this, folks – they don’t disintegrate!
None of the Co-op stores in Headington & Marston, or indeed in Oxford as a whole, are affected by the Co-op’s annonced sale of smaller stores to McColl’s Retail. The full list in postcode order is here.
It’s been another of those rare weeks without any new posts on the Headington & Marston e-democracy forum.