Oxfordshire has a shortage of high quality and affordable homes. Developing infrastructure in the county is vital to support the delivery of homes and to ensure the people who live in them are able to travel to work and services that are necessary for daily life, like healthcare, grocery stores, pharmacies, and public transportation.

The Homes from Infrastructure programme was allocated £150m of government funding in order to deliver strategic infrastructure to support the acceleration of already planned houses in Oxfordshire.

Key Outputs

The Homes from Infrastructure funding has facilitated the delivery of several key infrastructure projects in Oxfordshire which have accelerated the delivery of planned housing to help tackle Oxfordshire's housing crisis.

Six infrastructure schemes completed

24 infrastructure schemes in progress

6730 accelerated housing units
(a further 752 to be delivered in the next two years to make a total of 7482)

A detailed update on the status of the Homes from Infrastructure programme can be found in the minutes from the FOP on 25 July 2023.

Current Status

The final tranche of funding is subject to a number of government and reporting requirements set out by the Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities (DLUHC) following the cessation of work on the Oxfordshire Plan 2050 in August 2022. Oxfordshire County Council is now accountable for delivery of the remaining programme, working in partnership with Oxfordshire's District authorities and consulting them over any proposed changes in the programme of infrastructure delivery.

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