OXFORD Direct Services has helped housebuilder Persimmon Homes with highways work at its development site on Cumnor Hill.

The experience of ODS’s highways team as contractors for Oxfordshire County Council helps the developer bring the roads and footpaths of its new estates up to standard quickly.

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ODS has carried out works for Persimmon Homes at sites including Medhurst Way, Littlemore, Priory Park, Marcham, and at Cumnor Hill.

Sophie Hearn, head of infrastructure at ODS, said: “Our team has more than 20 years’ experience working for the local Highways Authority looking after roads and footpaths in and around Oxford.

"That in-depth knowledge of the standards required for highways adoption and our experience of working with the highways authority enables us to carry out the work efficiently and effectively for developers.”

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Tom Freeman, Adoptions Engineer in the technical department at Persimmon Homes North London, said: “We continue to use ODS for our remedial works for highways adoption at our developments in Oxfordshire because they are easy to deal with and understand exactly what is required to meet the local authority’s standards.”

Founded in 2012, Oxford Direct Services is owned by Oxford City Council.