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  • Property Prices

    Cash injection signals growth in Oxfordshire



    Oxfordshire is set to benefit from thousands of new homes and improvements to local transport networks thanks to a £6.2 million government cash injection, Housing Minister Alok Sharma announced today (August 10).

    Government funding has been awarded to South Oxfordshire District Council to accelerate the delivery of Didcot’s Northern Perimeter Road – a vital piece of local infrastructure.

    As a critical transport link around Didcot, it will be one of the new roads that will be key to the success of Didcot Garden Town, a locally-led development which aims to build over 15,000 homes by 2031.

    This funding will help relieve pressure on local transport networks and accommodate the expanding communities in the local area.

    The infrastructure investment promises to boost economic growth across the Science Vale and enterprise zone, increasing employment by 20,000 over the next 20 years.

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    Thousands of new homes? £6.2 million? Sounds like the feeding of the five thousand! Even at just one thousand homes that's £6,200 each. It's a miracle!

    And it's not Vanessa's typo error, that is the figure in the source article.

    https://www.jackfm.co.uk/oxfordshire/news...velopment/

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