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Merton College funds housing project 60 miles away from Oxford

In a joint venture with St Modwen Properties, Merton College is planning to create up to 1,250 homes and over 80,000 metres of logistics...

Campaigners contest Local Plans, claiming University will retain affordable housing for...

Oxford and Cherwell Local Plans are being contested by Green Belt campaigners, including 25 councillors, campaigners, and Layla Moran MP. The Oxford Local Plan – recently...

The Housing Crisis: coronavirus and ‘mass evictions’

In the midst of a global pandemic, another dangerous crisis is emerging on British soil. This time, Day Zero will be the 25th of June. Unless action...

Oxford renters face eviction crisis

Renters in Oxford are facing growing uncertainty with the end of the government’s three-month eviction ban. Many renters, especially those on furlough or Universal Credit payments, may...

Council strengthens focus on private housing

Oxford City Council is planning “the largest change to rules around private rented accommodation in Oxford for a decade,'' as it seeks to improve...

Moran calls for City Council to “step up”

Layla Moran has called for Oxford City Council to "step up" after an investigation revealed that almost 47,000 homes have been left vacant nationwide,...

Counter homelessness initiative launched in South Oxfordshire

Soha House are jointly funding the ‘Housing First’ project with South Oxford District Council, which focuses on providing housing for homeless people with complex...

After the Smoke Had Cleared

Exactly one year since the Grenfell Tower fire killed 72, there are still residents without a home, and over 50 public housing buildings covered in materials known to fail fire safety tests. What has happened?

Work begins on new Somerville accommodation

The new block will enable 68 more students to live on-site

Exeter backtracks on housing guarantee

Thirty students have been told to consider private accommodation