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.

As with any long-term programme of work, delivery timelines and priorities will continue to evolve. Here you can see some of the original documentation relating to the Oxfordshire Housing and Growth Deal, as well as some Questions and Answers relating to the origins of the Deal.


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 draft 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 delivery plan
    – 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 from November 2018

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