Category Archive: Parish Council News

Can you help manage Radley’s potholes?

Radley Parish Council is looking for a volunteer to take on the role of Fix My Street Super User. This is part of a scheme introduced by Oxfordshire County Council to improve the state of repair of local roads and pavements which is already working well in over 30 other parishes and towns in Oxfordshire. …

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Parish Council update for January

The latest on the Oxford/Cambridge Expressway The future of this project is looking increasingly uncertain. A consultation exercise was planned by Highways England to be launched in the Autumn but was postponed because of the Election.  During a visit to Abingdon in the run-up to the Election, Transport Minister Grant Shapps promised to review the …

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Parish Council December update

The Parish Council has appointed Cranley Environmental to help drawing up a masterplan for the Radley Lakes area. They have specialist knowledge and experience which will help us take the project forward, building on information we have already assembled on the area’s ecology, land ownerships, planning permissions and current patterns of recreational use. We have …

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Parish Council update

The Parish Council has had a busy month but has no major developments to report on just at the moment. We are planning to distribute a newsletter house-to-house at the end of November to give a full update on planning matters and the CIL development programme. The new enlarged parish council met for the first …

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Grants for local groups from the Vale of White Horse DC

The Vale of White Horse District Council has New Homes Bonus community grants available and groups can apply for a minimum of £1,000 (and up to 50 per cent of the total cost) towards projects which benefit the local community.  Vale of White Horse District Council runs the scheme on behalf of the government. Previous …

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Dog fouling on the playing field

A complaint has been made to Environmental Health Department at the Vale of White Horse about consistent dog fouling on the playing field. They advise that  if a person wilfully walks away from the mess that their dog has made, upon receipt of witness statements, duly signed and completed, they will take action against the offenders …

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Parish Council update for July

Expressway open meeting: Monday 8 July at 7.30 in the Silk Hall, Radley College: Don’t forget the open meeting on what the new Oxford/Cambridge Expressway could mean for Radley if it goes ahead. Highways England have declined to come to the meeting. In their absence, we will present material drawn from their website showing how …

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Parish Council update for June

Garden competition The 23rd annual Radley garden competition will take place on Saturday June 22nd. All gardens in the Parish will be judged as seen from the road or front pavement.  First and second prizes will be awarded for: Best Garden (Attia Trophy), Best tubs and/or hanging baskets (Tuckwell Trophy), Most colourful flower garden (Parish …

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Parish Council update for May

Parish Council elections – May 2019 Disappointingly, only six people put their names forward to fill the eleven places on the parish council. Those six are therefore duly elected without a contest. They are Lynda Pasquire Crowley, Priscilla Dudding, Chris Henderson, Bob Johnston, Jenny Standen and Elaine Walton.  The new councillors will continue to do …

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Part-time development support officer for Radley Parish Council

Radley Parish Council is looking for an able and resourceful individual to help develop and manage a £1.5m expenditure programme. The programme addresses the challenges presented by major new development in the parish and is to be financed by the parish’s share of Community Infrastructure Levy receipts. A list of 14 possible projects has been …

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