More money allocated to mega housing plan for Bicester

More money allocated to mega housing plan for Bicester

February 2019

A plan that will see Bicester's population double in size will get more Government funding.

Another £770,000 will be spent building 13,000 homes in Bicester, while a project for a garden village in West Oxfordshire will get another £150,000.

In total, the Government hopes work will lead to another 15,200 homes being built in the county.

Previously, the projects have received £2.479m in Government funding.

Work in Bicester is already underway on about 1,500 new properties.

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