Oxfordshire County Council is the largest of the local authorities in Oxfordshire and is responsible for 80% of the local government services in Bicester. We provide children’s services, some education services, fire and rescue, libraries and cultural services, roads and transport, social care, trading standards and waste disposal.
As Bicester grows, the county council is responsible for the transport strategy for Bicester; planning and delivering a transport network in conjunction with other transport providers which will support Bicester’s growth. We are also responsible for the new, state of the art library that is being built in the town centre, ensuring that there are enough school places for local children, and planning and providing other services to care for, support and keep people safe.
For more information about Oxfordshire County Council, visit: www.oxfordshire.gov.uk