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.
A new company, Oxford North Ventures LLP, has been formed as a joint venture, 50% owned by Thomas White Oxford and 50% by Cadillac Fairview and Stanhope. Stanhope has also been appointed as development manager.
Dame Alison has over 30 years’ executive and non-executive experience in real estate, sustainability and leadership, and was formerly Chief Executive of The Crown Estate.
With outline planning permission for Oxford North’s overall masterplan granted in March 2021, TWO has made the application for the outstanding reserved matters, which includes information such as layout, access, scale and appearance.
The public consultation is to share emerging plans and seek seeks the community’s views for around 318 new homes, public park and streets at the development.
The infrastructure construction works is due to start following Oxford City Council’s resolution to approve its enabling works reserved matters application (RMA).
The reserved matters application covers earthworks, sustainable drainage ponds, landscaping, and initial infrastructure for a new link road between the A40 and A44.
Thomas White Oxford (TWO), the development company of St John’s College, has selected Hill Group as the development partner for the first phase of new homes at Oxford North Project.
Oxford North, a new life sciences district for Oxford to support global science, research and innovation, has received the green light from Oxford City Council.
Oxford City Council is in the final stages of settling the Section 106 agreement with Thomas White Oxford, and hopes to conclude in the coming weeks.