About Oxfordshire Growth Board

The Growth Board is a joint committee of the six councils of Oxfordshire together with key strategic partners. It has been set up to facilitate and enable joint working on economic development, strategic planning and growth. It does this by overseeing the delivery of projects that the councils of Oxfordshire are seeking to deliver collaboratively in the fields of economic development and strategic planning.

It also oversees all the projects agreed in the City Deal and Local Housing and Growth Deal that fall to the councils, working collaboratively, to deliver and has an overall responsibility to manage these programmes of work alongside the Oxfordshire Local Enterprise Partnership (OxLEP). Finally it also exists to advise on matters of collective interest, seek agreement on local priorities and influence relevant local, regional and national bodies.


Growth Board Memorandum of Cooperation

The Memorandum of Co-operation is a formal agreement by the councils of Oxfordshire to address the working assumption of the unmet housing need for Oxford through the agreed apportionment, together with a summary of how the apportionment will be addressed through each district’s Local Plan processes.

Public participation in Growth Board meetings

The Growth Board meets in public and it allows public participation in its meetings. Details of how the public can participate in the meetings are available below. The questions and statements to the Board from the public are published alongside the agendas for meetings