Lanham Way will soon be providing 20 affordable new homes. Ten homes will be available to buy through shared ownership and 10 of the new 2 & 3 bedroom homes will be available for social rent.
Plans to build 20 new homes on Lanham Way in Littlemore move forward.
We’re working with Oxford City Council to build 10 new affordable homes at Lanham Way in Littlemore that will be available through social rent, as well as 10 homes that will be available to buy affordably through shared ownership too.
We’re excited to start building more affordable homes for the people of Oxford.
Lanham Way in Littlemore, Oxford is a brownfield site and former depot and playing fields, and working with the council, we intend to build a mix of 2 & 3 bedroom homes.
The design will be complementary to the local area of Littlemore and aims to blend with the character of the existing neighbourhood, with front gardens and low boundary stone walls.
Lanham Way will also aim for carbon emissions 40% below current building regulations by using eco-friendly building materials, solar panels and heat pumps, ensuring renewable energy is part of what we deliver, aiming to help reduce energy costs for our residents.
Homes for all people and pockets.
Lanham Way will provide more affordable homes through a mixture of shared ownership and social rent.
Shared ownership allows you to buy part of a home and rent the rest. Over time you can increase the amount you own (known as stair-casing) which means you could eventually own all of it if you wanted to. It’s a great way to get a foot on the property ladder. And because you only need a deposit for the share you buy, you can have the security of your own home sooner.
Social rent homes are let to you at a lower cost compared to privately rented homes – usually it’s about 40% less. OX Place is committed to building over 1000 homes in and for Oxford to be let at Social Rent.
Lanham Way is in Littlemore, postcode OX4 4QG
2 & 3 bedroom homes available to buy and to rent
Homes for sale through shared ownership
Building energy efficient sustainable new homes
Carbon emissions 40% below current building standards