Your weekly round-up of local news for 24 – 30 September .
There will be a public exhibition of plans to redevelop the Ivy Lane flats on the JR site and build more homes at the Churchill. The exhibition is this Tuesday (2 October) from 4 – 7pm at Arthur Sanctuary House, Sandfield Road.
St Andrew’s School @sasastandrews1‘s bid for Tesco ‘Bags of Help’ funding was successful. They can now set up a mobile library!
Great news everyone! Our bid for the mobile library in the #TescoBagsofHelp scheme over the summer got the most votes! Thanks to your support, we can now fund the #StAndrewsPrimarySchool mobile library to boost all children’s reading skills!
— sasastandrews (@sasastandrews1) September 28, 2018
The refurbished Six Bells pub in Quarry had a soft opening on Friday with a good report from @RosalindRogers. The full opening is expected this week.
Soft opening of 6 Bells this evening. The new decor & garden make over very smart. No sports TV, yippee! @HeadingtonNews @oxmailFranW
— Roz Smith (@RosalindRogers) September 28, 2018
Is this the end of rogue parking in Latimer Road?
So, farewell then, student cars outside Beech House.
If you stay, you’ll be towed away on Monday and fined on Tuesday (if @OxfordshireCC have sorted the CPZ). pic.twitter.com/ZNEGCz5Gi6
— Leonardo Loredan (@LeonardoLoredan) September 29, 2018
A technical omission in the original planning permission for Barton Park means the City Council will have to try to amend the timetable for ‘reserved matters’. They will be hoping there are no objections, otherwise there coud be a lengthy delay.
Active posts on the Headington & Marston e-democracy forum this week:
- Swan school planning application review