Oxford City Council: The BCA works in partnership with the Council, the landlord of the community centre. The premises are leased to the BCA on a long-term basis at a 'peppercorn rent'. The Council funded (£1.5 million) the redevelopment of the centre between 2021–2022 and the BCA was closely involved in the planning and design of the new centre. Councillors for the Lye Valley and Churchill wards attend, on a non–voting basis, the monthly BCA management meetings.
Wood Farm Youth Centre. The BCA was heavily involved in a nine-year campaign to establish a youth centre for the local area. Since the youth centre was opened in 2002, in the grounds of the Wood Farm Primary School, the BCA has provided ongoing support for the running of the youth centre.
Wood Farm Health and Wellbeing Partnership: The BCA is a member of the partnership which brings together a broad range of statutory agencies and voluntary groups who provide health and support services for the residents of the area. The partnership meets on a three-monthly basis.
The BCA is also affliated to Oxfordshire Community and Voluntary Action (OCVA) and ‘Community Matters’, a national body for community associations.