If you're on our housing register you or have a local connection to Oxford you can now apply for affordable homes in other parts of Oxfordshire.
Over the next 10 years, our neighbouring councils have agreed to set aside 7,150 affordable homes to help meet Oxford’s housing need. These will be available to anyone who can show a connection to Oxford through work, family or past residence.
The vast majority will be new homes on developments close to the city.
Where you will be able to apply for an affordable home in Oxfordshire
The new homes will become available in phases over the next 10 years. It is not currently possible to give further details like the number of bedrooms or how much the rent will be.
Cherwell District Council will provide 2,200 affordable homes across six sites, including land near Yarnton, Begbroke and Kidlington.
South Oxfordshire District Council will contribute 2,475 affordable homes. These will be across three large developments proposed at Grenoble Road, Northfield and Bayswater Brook.
Vale of White Horse District Council will provide 1,100 affordable homes. These will include new developments near Abingdon, Radley and Kennington, as well as existing homes around Abingdon and Oxford.
West Oxfordshire District Council will contribute 1,375 affordable homes. These will be new homes to the north and west of Eynsham, as well as existing homes in the Eynsham-Woodstock area.