Power Station Collapse
Comment from Didcot's MP Ed Vaizey here
Ladygrove Lakes Closure
The Town Council has been advised by the Environment Agency that there is blue green algae in the lakes.
Blue green algae has the potential to produce toxins, which can be harmful to both dogs and people. See more
Conclusion of audit
Our accounts are now available for inspection by local electors. See more in the Notice of conclusion of audit, external auditor’s report, and annual return)
Change of Bus Operator
Wallingford based bus company, Thames Travel, has taken over the operation of the 98 Didcot Town bus service. Click here for more information.
Notice of Review of Polling Districts and Polling Places
The council is currently undertaking an interim review of the polling districts and polling places (stations) in various locations, including Ladygrove. For more information click here.
A34 Chilton Slip Roads Scheme
Click here for the latest news about the A34 Chilton slip road scheme.
Temporary Traffic Regulation Order – S14 Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984
Temporary Speed Restrictions – at Milton, A4130 towards Didcot in both directions (Eastward and Westward), Click here for more information.
The Oxfordshie Comet is a new door to door transport service in Oxfordshire run by the County Council. If you would like more details you can go to www.oxfordshire.gov.uk/comet
Bus Timetable Changes
Significant changes to bus services across Oxfordshire take place today. You are advised to check on the availability of your local routes before attempting to travel.
Stopping up of Highway at Hitchcock Way/High St
Notice of an Order made by the Secretary of State under the provisions of the Town and Country Planning Act 1990 - Section 247: confirmation of the stopping up of highway at land to The South East of Hitchcock Way / High Street Junction, Didcot. See more
Accounts for the year ended 31st March 2016
Didcot Town Council’s Annual Return for the year ended 31st March 2016 is subject to external audit. Any person has the right to inspect the council’s accounting records for the financial year to which the audit relates. These documents can be made available on reasonable notice during the council’s opening hours.
Notice of exercise of public rights
Annual Governance Statement and Financial Statements (starts at page 19)
Didcot Power Station Collapse: Book of Condolence
In light of the recent news concerning the discovery of the body at the collapse site, Didcot Town Council is making available its book of condolence for those wishing to express their sadness at these events. The book is available to sign at the Civic Hall. Anyone who is unable to visit Didcot Civic Hall to sign the book of condolence can now share their thoughts and prayers online.
Welcome to Didcot Town Council
Didcot is the largest town in South Oxfordshire with a population of just over 25,000 at the last Census in 2011. As the town is designated as a growth town, the population continues to increase.
Didcot Town Council is a “local council”, a type of local authority so legislation governs what we do and how we operate.
The Town Council provides a range of services to the people of Didcot. We have 21 councillors who make most decisions about what we do at formal committee meetings.
On these pages you can find out more about our parks, lakes and play areas. You can also find out about meetings of the full Council, committees, councillors and what we spend money on.
The Town Council office is located inside Didcot Civic Hall which is on the corner of Broadway and Britwell Road.
There is a car park at the Civic Hall comprising of 98 standing spaces and 7 disabled bays.
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