The retailer has returned to the site of their old branch, which closed a few years ago, with a dedicated ‘Tasting Counter’ and an expanded ‘Fine Wine’ selection.
The City Council commissioned Oxford-based multi-media artist Charlie Henry to create a participatory installation that embraces the history and communities who use the market.
The structures on the site - a garage and an office block - were demolished in July 2019 to make way for a £15m mixed-use redevelopment, including a 180-bedroom easyHotel.
The £56 million investment will see the development of three new distribution depots in Widnes, Bognor Regis and Banbury, and two new bakery plants in Stockton and Burnley.
The Partnership is not reopening eight of its 42 John Lewis shops when lockdown ends. The Oxford Westgate store is not affected, and is expected to reopen from 12 April.
The project – called ‘Meanwhile in Oxfordshire…’ – will see vacant retail units in high streets across the county transformed into independent shops, cultural venues, creative studios and co-working space.
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The acquisition for £12.5m will help to increase the Joules customer base, broaden its product offering and strengthen its digital platform.
The pedestrianisation, which has been supported by Oxfordshire County Council and local councillors, was requested by the North Parade Residents and Traders Association.