Here’s my weekly round-up of local news for 24 – 30 September —
A meeting of the North-East Area Forum focussing on the Oxford City Cycle Plan was held on Monday 24 September.
Martin Young’s appeal on 29 Old High Street was dismissed and the city council was awarded costs.
Greenpeace posted a video on their facebook page of last Saturday’s protest outside the Shell petrol station on the London Road. My tweeted link didn’t work; this one does.
“The county council wish as many parents of preschool children as possible in the Headington area to be aware of this, as obviously it will affect numbers of children able to be admitted to the school in future years. All details on the site above.”
Water supplies in Risinghurst were interrupted for a few hours on Wednesday morning, apparently due to a problem with the pumps. About 100 properties were said to have been affected.
EF language school @EFOxford joined twitter in August but I only found out about it when @headingtonnews tweeted their name. I hope this might lead to the school interacting more with the local community – something I’ve written about before (here and here) – but so far they haven’t been very active and their tweets have been limited to student-oriented matters.
Ruskin College have finally moved out of their Walton Street site and are now 100% Headington based in advance of the official opening of the new buildings which I think is on 27 October.
I wrote a short blog article (with pictures) about the appearance of the new Dorset House.
My favorite Headington-related tweet this week:
Active topics on the Headington & Marston e-democracy forum this week:
- Problems with cycling provision
- Litter bin in Bury Knowle Park that (or which) sends emails
- Proposed Changes To Holy Trinity Church