The new entrance to the site


A prime location and gateway to the city

The site is ideally located close to the station and our plans would build upon existing and proposed sustainable transport links to the west of the city.

Our proposals aim to optimise the sustainable location of the site – only 10-15 minutes’ walk from Oxford Station and five minutes by bike. With access from both north and south, our improvements would prioritise the permeability of the site and expand and improve the cycle and pedestrian routes. This could include off-road cycle routes through the site to Hinksey Meadows and to the city centre via the Oatlands Road Recreation Ground.

The plans and new links are designed to be complementary to the proposals for the wider regeneration of Osney Mead and the West End – meaning the benefits will be felt much more widely across Oxford.


  • Existing car parking reduced by more than half – from 158 spaces down to 74
  • The landscape remodelled and replaced with a green entrance plaza and tree-lined routes through the site
  • Pedestrian routes added to link with local bus stops
  • Adding connections to existing cycle routes
  • Introducing secure sheltered cycle storage
  • Giving cyclists and pedestrians priority to the Botley Road entrance
  • Creating new active travel through-routes that link up the wider area
  • Reducing the number of vehicular movements at the Botley Road entrance
  • One-way access through the site for any deliveries, benefiting local traffic flow and safety
Main entrance
Map showing the site in the context of the city - Click image to enlarge Pinch to zoom

Key documents & downloads

Click here to download documents and information:

  • Consultation Flyer
  • Consultation banners
  • Presentation slides showing revised proposals December 2022

Contact us

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