Redevelopment of former Northfield Hostel - Public Consultation

Tell us your views on the redevelopment of the former Northfield Hostel

Aerial view of redevelopment of Northfield Hostel site

Redevelopment of the former Northfield Hostel (OX4 6LD)

Oxford needs homes. Our city is amongst the least affordable in the country and there are currently 2,850 families on our waiting list for council housing.

The former Northfield Hostel and neighbouring sports field is currently owned by Oxfordshire County Council and has not been used since the closure of the hostel in 2014. The site is allocated for residential development in the adopted Local Plan 2036. 

Oxford City Council, in association with the County Council, are proposing to redevelop the site with 61 new homes, of which 51 will be provided as social rent and other affordable tenures. The remaining 10 homes are expected to be offered for private sale.

Oxford City Council is committed to consulting local residents and businesses and welcomes your feedback, which will be considered carefully before we take the proposals forward.

Where to find information about the development

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Consultation Dates

Public consultation on these draft proposals is now closed, having run from Thursday 29 July 2021 to Friday 20 August 2021. The project team is now reviewing all the feedback received. Thank you to everyone who took part and provided their comments and questions.

More information

If you have any queries about this scheme or the consultation, please contact GL Hearn who we are woking with to deliver this project:

Phone: 0344 225 0003

Redevelopment of Northfield Hostel view from south east