Browse news and features about the Oxford North Project by Thomas White Oxford (TWO), the development company of St John’s College. The Oxford North Project is a substantial development of a new life sciences district for Oxford to include new laboratories and workspaces for biomedical science, new homes, public parks, hotel, nursery, neighbourhood shops, cafes, restaurants and bars. The project aims to attract and retain global science research talent and help boost the local and national economy.
Laing O’Rourke has secured the contract to deliver phase 1a of Oxford North’s £700 million new innovation district comprising the Red Hall and the first two laboratory buildings.
Oxford City Council has given the green light for the development of a distinctive timber cycle pavilion in the central area of Oxford North that will offer secure long-stay and short-stay cycling spaces.
Hosted by seasoned broadcaster Howard Bentham, OxTalks aims to answer some of the biggest questions in business – from efficiency levels to staff motivation – to support and nurture business growth in Oxfordshire.
The three new, prestigious laboratory and office buildings will be built as phase 2 of Oxford North, the new £700m life sciences innovation district.
Since building works started in August 2021, Oxford North, the new innovation district in Oxford, has created 448 new construction jobs, and eight apprentices have been employed through the project’s construction partners.
An ambitious new Community Employment Plan has been published to set out how Oxford North will maximise the opportunities created for local people and businesses.
CAS Consultancy will manage a high-profile public art programme built into Oxford North’s delivery and work with development partners Thomas White Oxford, Cadillac Fairview, Stanhope and The Hill Group, and leading cultural organisations within Oxford.
Plans to enhance and expand Oxford North’s Red Hall to provide more amenities, meeting, co-working and workspace, have been approved by Oxford City Council at their planning committee.
This comes as the reserved matters application (RMA) for the project’s residential development partner, The Hill Group, has been resolved to be approved by Oxford City Council’s planning committee.
The reserved matters application (RMA) for Oxford North’s Canalside public park and residential street has been resolved to be approved by Oxford City Council’s planning committee.
Victoria has joined Thomas White Oxford from Legal & General Capital, where she headed development for its Suburban Build to Rent business.