The scheme was consulted on between 5 September and 13 October 2022 and the analysis is available here.
Six traffic filters – designed to reduce traffic, make bus journeys faster and make walking and cycling safer – will be trialled in Oxford after improvement works to Oxford railway station are complete.
The decision was made by the county council’s cabinet on 29 November 2022.
The decision follows extensive engagement with more than a hundred local businesses, organisations and community groups, including bus companies, hospitals, schools and universities.
This year’s Headington Festival on 3 and 4 June was a roaring success. We had our largest ever attendance, with estimates of up to 8000 people over the two days. Photos can be seen in the festival website here
Headington Action has appointed Joe Bastin as market manager in place of Ewan Tilbe. Ewan has departed to take up a full-time job as retail manager of a West Country animal sanctuary. Joe will be familiar to regular shoppers at the market. He runs the cheese stall, Deli at No 5.
Headington Action www.headingtonaction.org is seeking a self-employed person to manage its highly successful Saturday market. Those interested in this role should write to firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or to make an application. Applications must include a CV and a covering letter stating why the applicant is suitable for the role. Closing date for applications (extended): Monday 13th March 2023.
See details here