By Damian Fantato
Oxford City Council has refused to pass on the rise recommended by an independent arbitrator to traders, who have accused it of going back on its word.
But the council has claimed there was a mistake in the arbitrator’s calculations, meaning it could not pass on the proposed rent.
It has instead proposed a rent rise which is in line with inflation since the rents were last reviewed in 2007 – which is 20 per cent.
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