The Strategic Housing Market Assessment (SHMA) for Oxfordshire was published in 2014, setting out the county’s housing needs up to 2031. It recognised that Oxford City could not build enough houses to meet its own needs, and called on the … Continue reading
A workshop on Affordable Housing was held on 3 March 2015 at Oxford Brookes University. The workshop was the second in a new series on future growth in central Oxfordshire. It was organised by Oxford Brookes University with URBED, and was sponsored by the Joseph Rowntree Foundation.
The findings of the workshop are available in this report which is free to download.
The Vale of White Horse District Council is preparing a revised Local Plan to meet the need for new housing outlined in the Strategic Housing Market Assessment (SHMA) – briefly described here. VoWH needs to find sites for roughly 20,500 new homes by 2031. Harwell and Radley have been identified as particularly significant locations for development, with Harwell assigned 4500 homes and Radley 800.
The Strategic Housing Market Assessment (SHMA) for Oxfordshire was published in March 2014. It concludes that up to 93,560 – 106,560 additional homes are needed across Oxfordshire in the period 2011-2031 (between 4,678 – 5,328 homes per annum). This is … Continue reading