The council intends to build 51 flats at the disused Northfield Hostel site off Sandy Lane which closed in 2014 and ten houses on the adjacent sports field.
Oxford residents who want to have their say on priorities for a new housing, homelessness and rough sleeping strategy have until 02 August to take part in public consultation.
The second phase of houses at the The Steeples, on Stevenson Crescent will provide a further 48 much-needed homes for those looking to live in the area.
Known as Bankside Phase 2, an agreement to secure land for a new Banbury United football ground must be made before planning permission is granted.
The plans envisage revitalising the district centre with improvements to public spaces and new shops and community facilities, with both in-person and virtual events scheduled for this month.
The appointment means that the city council is on track to deliver the final phase of the 885 homes planned for the site at Barton Park, 40% of which will be let at social rent.
A selection of one, two, three, four and five-bedroom homes will soon become available on Kennington Road when Redrow Thames Valley launches phase two of The Lawns development.
Based on an average property price of £540,005 and an average annual salary of £31,232, the average monthly mortgage repayment will taking up 49.37% of take-home pay.
This is the first step in developing a new five-year strategy to provide joined-up solutions to the housing and homelessness challenges facing Oxford.
The ban is set to lapse on Tuesday 01 June, and the council believes this could have a “catastrophic” effect in Oxford, where nearly half of homes are privately rented.