Draft Section 106 agreement publication

Draft Section 106 agreement publication

Oxford North The Red Hall and Central Park

In response to Oxford City Council’s publication of the draft Section 106 agreement relating to Oxford North, a spokeswoman for Thomas White Oxford said:

“We have continued our positive discussions for Oxford North with both Oxford City Council and Oxfordshire County Council.

"We hope to be able to conclude matters shortly so that we can commence our exciting plans for a new place for Oxford.

"Oxford North will provide a sustainable community with new homes, of which a minimum of 35% will be affordable, and much-needed office and laboratory space for life science and technology companies, alongside infrastructure improvements and open spaces for everyone to enjoy.

“The agreement encapsulates our commitment to invest in biodiversity, improved bus services connecting to Headington and Cowley, A40 and A44 improvements including Peartree Interchange and a link road, public art, children’s play areas and safer routes to school.

"We are committed to investing in a place that will enhance people’s quality of life and deliver positive socio-economic impacts.”