Housing and Growth Deal – Background

As well as delivering the homes Oxfordshire greatly needs, the programme will provide much needed transport infrastructure, such as bridges, roundabouts and roads, across the region.

Over a quarter of the new funding made available, £60 million, will support affordable housing across the county to deliver more than 1,300 affordable homes – at least half of which will be for social rent – helping first time buyers and local people looking to get a foot on the housing ladder.


 

Deal Briefing Document – 22 November 2017

The Aim – To secure Investment in infrastructure and housing for Oxfordshire

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The Housing and Growth Delivery Plan

The Final of the Housing Delivery plan for Oxfordshire

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Letters and confirmation of the Oxfordshire Growth Deal

  • Letter to Secretary of State
    – Dated 20th November 2017

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  • Letter to Secretary of State on Deal DP with signatures
    – Dated 28th February 2018

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  • Oxfordshire Growth Deal Approval letter
    – Dated 15th March 2018

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Questions and answers

Questions and Answers

Questions and answers about the Oxfordshire Growth Deal

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