The council confirmed it would dip into savings to plug a £458k gap between what it budgeted to make from car parking charges and current projections.
This comes on the back of an estimate that around 4,000 Oxfordshire pensioners are missing out on much-needed financial support.
The planning document will be used to inform all future planning applications by setting out how and where new homes, jobs and community facilities will be delivered to make Oxford a better place to live, work and visit.
The council is to outline its wide-ranging, targeted package of support to address the cost of living crisis at the meeting of its executive committee on Monday, 03 October.
Help is available in Oxford, and the City Council and its partners are already providing support and information for anyone worried about the increased cost of living.
It forms part of a broader plan to roll out the same equipment across the Thames Valley region, which also covers Berkshire and Buckinghamshire, in a bid to increase efficiency and reduce costs.
Waiting times to get through to a call handler in Thames Valley, the region that covers Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire and Berkshire, have rocketed since June 2021.
Civic leaders across Oxfordshire have paid tribute to Queen Elizabeth II, who died peacefully at Balmoral just hours after medics had publicised concern for her health.
The advice comes from council officers after an inspector ruled that the land set aside for new homes in the region had been overestimated by up to a quarter.
The council has been ordered to pay the planning appeal costs, after it was found to have made “vague” and “unsupported” assertions, despite it’s original decision being upheld.
Oxfordshire County Council expects to need an extra £4.5m to pay for just nine children under its care – including one whose placement costs up to £20k per week.
Splitting the shared services delivered in partnership with Cherwell District Council is expected to cost Oxfordshire County Council more than £860,000 by March 2024.