Indwell was the winner of our Energy Conservation and Innovation Award category from Woodstock Chamber of Commerce.
Blossom Park hosts 27 one-bedroom low-support townhouse-style apartments in Woodstock. In the summer of 2019, the doors were opened to 34 brand-new one-bedroom apartments with high supports. The County of Oxford was instrumental in facilitating this innovative project, ensuring it provides permanent benefits to local Oxford residents. Trigon Construction Ltd played a leading role in
After 15 years in the making, a new suite of apartments for some of Woodstock’s most marginalized people have opened their doors in Woodstock.
The first multi-residential unit building built in Woodstock to the Passive House standard for energy efficiency was among the recipients of a pre-election funding announcement this week.
Blossom Park is designed to reduce energy consumption through passive design and the use of energy efficient materials. It seeks to meet conservation goals outlined in the Future Oxford Community Sustainability Plan and be recognized as a leader in environmental action.
Nearly $8 million in federal and provincial funding will be heading into Oxford County to help add 130 new affordable housing units.
In a joint announcement with provincial, federal and municipal leaders, as well as local developers, a commitment of $7.8 million was announced that should help ease the growing need for affordable housing in the Oxford region.
Woodstock, ON — More people will now have a place to call home in Oxford County. The federal and provincial governments are investing over $7.8 million to create 130 affordable housing units through the Canada-Ontario Investment in Affordable Housing (IAH) agreement.