Browse news and features about the Osney Mead Innovation Quarter in Oxford. The Osney Mead Industrial Estate is a largely under-utilised, 44-acre site, in an important area of Oxford just west of the city centre, off the Botley Road. It comprises of many low-intensity industrial buildings in poor condition and nearing the end of their useful economic life. As one of the principal landowners, the University of Oxford, in partnership with other stakeholders, has developed a comprehensive vision for the site to help unlock its potential and bring economic benefits to the city and the region.
Works on phase one of a new project – set to boost ‘cleaner’ modes of commuting in Oxford, as well as connectivity options in-and-out of the city – continues to make positive progress.
Legal & General is providing Oxford University with the funding over 10 years for 1,000 homes for staff and 1,000 units of accommodation for students across various sites in and around the city.