The ultimate trajectory of COVID-19 in the uk remains uncertain, at the time of writing, the government anticipates it will “spread in a significant way” – and supply chain issues look set to extend well beyond panic buying of hand sanitiser and toilet roll.
Oxford Business Park has a long history of providing work space and associated services to businesses in the City. In 1994 a revolution occurred with the closure of the former Morris Motors factory and the development of Oxford Business Park by Arlington. The City was emerging from its roots in manufacturing and a new environment that included work space, a Hotel, Children’s Nursery, Health Club and a Retail park was created providing a community for multiple businesses from a wide variety of backgrounds.
Oxford Homeless Movement, an exciting new citywide partnership, is launching on Thursday 10 October. This is an innovative, inclusive Movement aimed at reducing rough sleeping in Oxford which includes local homeless charities, housing providers, Oxford City Council, health providers, funding bodies, community-based organisations and businesses.
The Tenant Fee Act 2019 creates stringent new laws that affect all residential landlords including universities, colleges, private and institutional landlords, and their agents. There are significant financial penalties if the terms of tenancy agreements do not comply with the new regulations.
The newly-opened, state-of-the-art Wood Centre for Innovation (WCFI) has a prime selection of flexible office and lab space, impressive meeting and conference facilities as well as a dedicated package of support for local science and tech businesses.