Your weekly round-up of local news for 28 November – 4 December.
Thanks to @OxonAndrews for Headington’s Christmas tree and hot chocolate!
Action shot.James making amazing hot chocolate which sold out in less than 2 hours.#project70 #headington pic.twitter.com/L82ew4lGrp
— Andrews Oxfordshire (@OxonAndrews) December 2, 2016
@Howard_S took these photos of the switch-on by Lord Mayor Altaf Khan.
The planning application from the ‘Wychwood Foundation’ to build on land next to the C S Lewis nature reserve is not on the agenda of the East Area Planning Committee on 7 December. It is, though, listed for future consideration.
On the other hand, the planning application for a three-storey development at 91 Lime Walk which I reported in HH 292 and which triggered much discussion on the e-democracy forum is on the agenda with a recommendation for refusal.
I made a map of the current heatpipe and Access to Headington roadworks in Headington and those coming up next. I’ll keep it up to date week by week.
St Ebbe’s Church Headington @EbbesHeadington (in Lime Walk) joined twitter.
My favourite Headington-related tweet of the week:
First views of the Headington heat pipes, All Saints Road, Headington #heatpipe@HeadingtonNews @oxfordtimes pic.twitter.com/4TJTfLjqTV
— Tom Bedford (@TomBedford12) December 2, 2016
Active posts on the Headington & Marston e-democracy forum this week:
- Reply – 91 Lime Walk
- Christmas craft evening, 9th December, Quarry Village Hall
- GivingTuesday support for Oxford HM
- Tree-planting ceremony, Warneford Meadow, 11 am tomorrow Friday 2 Dec
- Headington Christmas tree