A Royal Visit for Floyds Row Homeless Centre, Oxford

May 19th, 2021

A Royal Visit for Floyds Row Homeless Centre, Oxford

His Royal Highness The Earl of Wessex visited Floyds Row Homeless Centre in Oxford last week.

A project we were delighted to work on with Jessop and Cook, Oxford City Council, ODS and St Mungos Community Housing Association.

Floyds Row is the centrepiece of the council’s plans to transform services that will help people at risk of and experiencing homelessness across Oxfordshire. It provides assessment services and shelter for up to 60 people experiencing homelessness or at risk of rough sleeping. 20 spaces will be temporary shelter of up to a week for people whose needs are being assessed, with another 20 beds reserved for people who have been assessed and are engaging with services to find suitable move on accommodation. The remaining beds will be winterlong emergency accommodation available to anyone experiencing homelessness.

Read more about the project here.

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