The selective licensing scheme means that all private rented homes will need a licence to help ensure they are safe, well maintained and well managed.
Barratt Developments, Equans, Hill Group and Osborne have been chosen as eligible bidders for large projects worth more than £8m, with Buildeco, Feltham Construction and Impact Modular in the running to deliver smaller developments.
The development will feature 13 one-bed flats, 28 two-bed houses, 35 three-bed houses and 4 four-bed houses. Half of the new homes will be affordable and the other half for market sale.
The funding by South Oxfordshire District Council from developer contributions (S106) has gone to the Henley and District Housing Trust to develop three properties for Social Rent.
Oxford City Council is set to agree on the next steps for the delivery of a major development including nearly 3,000 new homes in an urban extension to the south of Oxford.
The council is considering potential changes to the working-age council tax reduction (CTR) scheme in 2022/23, and a public consultation is a necessary step in this process.
Leaders of South Oxfordshire and Vale of White Horse district councils, Councillors Sue Cooper and Emily Smith, have issued a joint statement to mark World Homelessness Day on 10 October.
The 36 flats will include 15 council homes to be let at social rent, three homes at affordable rent and eight homes to be sold on a shared ownership basis.
The investment into the fund will help to provide up to an additional 25 supported living homes for adults in Oxfordshire with care and support needs.