How we did it: Achieving biodiversity and 40% social housing

Oxford City Council and developer Grosvenor promise biodiversity net gain and 40 per cent social homes at Barton Park, reports Colin Marrs.

by Colin Marrs
Barton Park, the 885-home community being developed by the council and Grosvenor (Pic: Hill)
Barton Park, the 885-home community being developed by the council and Grosvenor (Pic: Hill)

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