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OX2151653 | First Posted: 19 January 2011 | Public Notice

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OX2152005 | First Posted: 19 January 2011 | Public Notice

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OX2142698 | First Posted: 13 January 2011 | Public Notice

LAUNTON PC
Qualified contractors are invited to tender for a three year contract for grass cutting within the Parish of Launton.
For tender documents please contact the Parish Clerk: Mr Keith Dixon by email, lpcclerk@btinternet.com or Tel. 01869 245951
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OX2144611 | First Posted: 13 January 2011 | Public Notice

OXFORD CITY COUNCIL
THE CLEAN NEIGHBOURHOODS AND ENVIRONMENT ACT 2005, SECTIONS 55 AND 56
THE DOG CONTROL ORDERS (PRESCRIBED OFFENCES AND PENALTIES, ETC) REGULATIONS 2006
Oxford City Council proposes to make Dog Control Orders within the City of Oxford pursuant to its powers under the Clean Neighbourhoods and Environment Act 2005.
We hereby invite representations on our proposals to make the following Dog Control Orders:
1) FOULING OF LAND BY DOGS
It will be an offence for any person in charge of a dog, which defecates on any land, to fail to remove the faeces forthwith, unless he/she can show a reasonable excuse for failing to do so or the owner/occupier of the land has consented to his/her failing to do so.
This order will apply to all land within the City of Oxford which, is open to the air and to which the public have access, including roads, footpaths, pavements, grass verges,
alleyways, allotments, parks and open spaces.
The order will not apply to a person who is registered as a blind person, or to a person who has a disability which affects their mobility, manual dexterity, physical co-ordination or ability to lift, carry or otherwise move everyday objects, in respect of a dog trained by a prescribed charity and upon which he/she relies for assistance.
2) PUTTING AND KEEPING DOGS ON LEADS WHEN DIRECTED
It will be an offence for any person in charge of a dog to fail to put and keep the dog on a lead when directed to do so by an authorised officer of the Council unless he/she can show a reasonable excuse for failing to do so or the owner/occupier of the land has consented to his failing to do so.
This order will apply to all land within the City of Oxford which, is open to the air and to which the public have access, including roads, footpaths, pavements, grass verges, alleyways, allotments, parks and open spaces.
3) EXCLUSION OF DOGS
It will be an offence for any person in charge of a dog to take the dog onto, or permit the dog to enter, or to remain on land in a dog exclusion zone unless he/she can show a reasonable excuse for doing so or the owner/occupier of the land has consented to his/her doing so.
This order will apply to all children's play areas within the City of Oxford which, are maintained by Oxford City Council and SS Mary & John Churchyard, Cowley Road.
This order will not apply to a person who is registered as a blind person, or to a person who is deaf in respect of a dog trained by Hearing Dogs for the Deaf and upon which he/ she relies for assistance, or to a person who has a disability which affects their mobility, manual dexterity, physical coordination or ability to lift, carry or otherwise move everyday objects, in respect of a dog trained by a prescribed charity and upon which they rely for assistance.
4) SPECIFIED MAXIMUM NUMBER OF DOGS
It will be an offence for a person to be in charge of more than four dogs (or other number dependant on outcome of consultation) unless he/she can show a reasonable excuse for doing so or the owner/occupier of the land has consented to his/her doing so.
This order will apply to all land in the City which is open to the air and to which the public have access, including roads, footpaths, pavements, grass verges, alleyways, allotments, parks and open spaces.
5) KEEPING DOGS ON A LEAD - SS MARY & JOHN CHURCHYARD, COWLEY ROAD, OXFORD
In the event that the Council decides not to make an order excluding dogs from the land at SS Mary & John Churchyard, Cowley Road it will instead be an offence for any person in charge of a dog to fail to keep the dog on a lead at all times unless he/she can show a reasonable excuse for failing to do so or the owner/occupier of the land has consented to his/her failing to do so.
This order will apply to SS Mary & John Churchyard, Cowley Road, Oxford.
Fixed Penalty Notices
Oxford City Council intends to issue fixed penalty notices to enforce the proposed dog
control orders above as prescribed by section 59 of the Clean Neighbourhoods and
Environment Act 2005. The fine will be £80 and failure to pay may result in prosecution.
CONSULTATION
Representations on the proposed Dog Control Orders should be made to Oxford City Council by Friday 11th February 2011 either by completing the online questionnaire at www.oxford.gov.uk/consultation or, by writing to: The Head of Environmental Development, Oxford City Council, Ramsay House, 10 St Ebbe's Street, Oxford OX1 1PT.
Representations received after 11th February 2011 cannot be accepted.
Maps of the areas which the proposed orders will affect can be found with the consultation questionnaires at www.oxford.gov.uk/consultation
13th January 2011
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OX2146607 | First Posted: 13 January 2011 | Public Notice

OXFORD CITY COUNCIL
Notice of intention to Designate Land under section 94B and Schedule 3A of the Environmental Protection Act 1990, regarding the Distribution of Free Printed Matter.
Oxford City Council intends to make an order to designate land to which the provisions of section 94B and Schedule 3A of the Environmental Protection Act 1990 regarding the distribution of free printed matter will apply.
The order will apply to any land which is under the direct control of the Council and to which the public are entitled or are permitted to have access, with or without payment and, to any relevant highway (as defined in section 86(9) of the said Act) in the area described in the Schedule below.
Once the order has been made:
It will be an offence for any person to distribute free printed matter on the land designated by the order, without the consent of the Council.
It will be an offence for any person to cause another person to distribute free printed matter on the land designated by the order, without the consent of the Council.
Any person who commits an offence under this order is liable on summary conviction to a fine not exceeding £2,500.
No offence is committed if the material is distributed for charitable, religious or political purposes.
It is proposed that this order will come into effect on 1st April 2011.
Any person wishing to object to the making of this order may do so by writing to the Council within 14 days from the date of publication of this notice. Any written objections should be sent to The Head of Environmental Development, Oxford City Council, Ramsay House, 10 St. Ebbes Street, Oxford, OX1 1PT. Alternatively, you can complete the online questionnaire (within 14 days from the publication of this notice) at www.oxford.gov.uk/consultation
Objections received after 27th January 2011 will not be considered.
SCHEDULE
Land to be designated pursuant to section 94B and Schedule 3A of the Environmental Protection Act 1990
Maps providing the definitive areas affected by the proposed order may be examined at; The Reception Desk, Ramsay House, 10 St. Ebbes Street, Oxford, Mondays to Thursdays between 8.30am and 4.30pm and on Fridays between 8.30am and 4.00pm. The maps can also be found with the consultation questionnaire at www.oxford.gov.uk/consultation
JOHN COPLEY
The Head of Environmental Development
Oxford City Council Ramsay House, 10 St Ebbe's Street, Oxford OX1 1PT
13th January 2011
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OX2147646 | First Posted: 13 January 2011 | Public Notice

CHERWELL DISTRICT COUNCIL
THE CHERWELL DISTRICT COUNCIL
(OFF-STREET PARKING PLACES)
(BANBURY, BICESTER AND KIDLINGTON) ORDER 20
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Cherwell District Council proposes, following consultation with the Police and with the consent of the Oxfordshire County Council, to make an Order under the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, the effect of which will be:
1. to increase parking charges at all car parks in Banbury and Bicester by 10p per hour (Banbury from 70p to 80p per hour, Bicester from 60p to 70p per hour and all other hourly charges by a 10p multiple per hour);
2. to introduce parking charges for disabled drivers holding a blue badge in line with standard hourly rates, but with one additional hour free of charge, at all car parks in Banbury and Bicester (excluding the drop off/pick up bay at Bridge Street, Banbury);
3. to introduce evening charges from 6.00 pm to 12 midnight at all car parks in Banbury and Bicester, at a flat rate of 80p (Banbury) and 70p (Bicester);
4. to increase Excess Charge Notice levels at all car parks in Banbury, Bicester and Kidlington by £10 for each contravention, with a premium charge of £100 being introduced for failure to pay within 28 days;
5. to increase the parking charges and charging hours applicable to Sunday and all bank and public holidays (other than Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Year's Day, Good Friday and Easter Sunday when no charges apply) to those applicable to Monday - Saturday at all car parks in Banbury and Bicester;
6. to revise the maximum period of stay permitted at each car park in Bicester, as specified in the draft Order;
7. to consolidate existing regulations relating to all car parks in Banbury, Bicester and Kidlington, presently contained in numerous Orders, into a new single Order.
Full details of the proposals are contained in a draft Order which may be seen, together with a statement of the Council's reasons for proposing to make the Order and copies of the Orders to be amended in part, at the Council's main office at the address below, the Banbury (Castle Quay) LinkPoint at 43 Castle Quay, Banbury, the Bicester LinkPoint at 38 Market Square, Bicester and the Kidlington LinkPoint at Exeter Hall, Oxford Road, Kidlington, between the hours of 9.00 am and 4.00 pm Mondays to Fridays (on Wednesday Kidlington LinkPoint opens at 10.00 am).
Any person wishing to object to the proposed Order should send the grounds for their objection in writing to Mr C Rothwell, Head of Safer Communities, Urban & Rural Services, at the address below, or by email to parking. services@cherwell-dc.gov.uk, by 4 February 2011.
Dated 13 January 2011
I DAVIES
Interim Chief Executive
Bodicote House
Bodicote, Banbury, Oxfordshire OX15 4AA
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OX2145865 | First Posted: 12 January 2011 | Public Notice

BURFORD SCHOOL
LICENSING ACT 2003
NOTICE OF APPLICATION TO VARY A PREMISES LICENCE OR CLUB PREMISES CERTIFICATE
Notice is hereby given that Burford School applied to West Oxfordshire District Council on 10 January 2011 to use premises at Burford School, Cheltenham Road, Burford OX18 4PL
to provide Regulated Entertainment (Plays, Live Music, Films and The Sale of Alcohol.
Any person wishing to object to this application must give notice in writing stating the nature of objection by 6 February 2011.
Please write to the address below Head of Community Safety and Licensing, West Oxfordshire District Council, Elmfield, Witney, Oxfordshire OX28 1PB.
Full details of the application may be inspected by appointment at the address above.
Please phone (01993) 861636 if you wish to view the complete application.
It is an offence, liable on summary conviction to a fine up to £5,000, under Section 158 of the Licensing Act 2003 knowingly or recklessly to make a false statement in or in connection with this application.
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OX2143118 | First Posted: 10 January 2011 | Public Notice

KUKUI
Notice of Variation under Section 34 of the Licensing act 2003.
Stuart Kerley, Kukui Club, 42-43 Park End Street, OXFORD, OX1 1JD
Propose to Vary the Premise License to extend the trading times for all our licensable activities by one hour from 0200 to 0300 on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays.
Full details of the application can be inspected on the licensing register during normal business hours at the address given below.
Responsible authorities and interested parties (people living or working in the vicinity of the premises named above) wishing to make a representation about the application should do so in writing, stating the licensing objectives upon which the representation is based.
Any representation must be received within 28 days of the date of the application (by 22/01/2011) at: The Licensing Authority, Oxford City Council, Ramsay House, 10 St. Ebbe's Street, OXFORD OX1 1PT.
It is an offence knowingly or recklessly to make a false statement in connection with an application. The maximum fine for which a person is liable on summary conviction of the offence is not exceeding £5,000.
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OX2137709 | First Posted: 23 December 2010 | Public Notice

BLACKWELL
Notice of application for a Premises Licence under section 17 of the Licensing Act 2003
Applicant: Kate Stilborn
Premises name: Blackwell's Bookshop
Premises address: 48-51 Broad Street, Oxford OX1 3BQ
Proposed licensable activities: A production run of 'Doctor Faustus' by the Creation Theatre Company to be performed in our Norrington Room (basement) from Friday 4th February to Saturday 26th March, 7pm to 10.30pm each night, except Sundays. A bar serving wine and soft drinks will be run during the interval. Full details of the application can be inspected on the licensing register during normal business hours at the address given below.
Responsible authorities and interested parties (people living or working in the vicinity of the premises named above) wishing to make a representation about the application
should do so in writing, stating the licensing objectives upon which the representation is based.
Any representation must be received within 28 days of the date of the application (by 19/01/2011 ) at: The Licensing Authority, Oxford City Council, Ramsay House, 10 St Ebbe's Street, OXFORD OX1 1PT.
It is an offence knowingly or recklessly to make a false statement in connection with an application. The maximum fine for which a person is liable on summary conviction for the offence is £5,000.
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OX2135097 | First Posted: 22 December 2010 | Public Notice

KEITH COOK CONSTRUCTION LTD
GOODS VEHICLE OPERATORS LICENCE
Trading as Keith Cook Construction LTD, 22 Bankside, Kidlington, Oxon 0X5 1JE is applying for a licence to use 1, Linch Hill Motors The Workshops, Dix Pit, Linch Hill, Stanton Harcourt, Oxfordshire, 0X29 5BJ as an operating center for 1 goods vehicle.
Owners or occupiers of land (including buildings) near the operating centre(s) who believe that their enjoyment of that land would be affected, should make written representations to the Traffic Commissioner at: VOSA Licensing Application Services, Hillcrest House, 386 Harehills Lane, Leeds LS9 6NF Stating their reasons, within 21 days of this notice.
Representors must at the same time send a copy of their representaions to the applicant at the address given at the top of this notice.
A Guide to making representations is available from the Traffic Commissioner's Office.
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