The scheme will turn an under-utilised 15-acre brownfield site into an extension of the city centre – a new residential, commercial and leisure quarter for Oxford.
The proposals for more homes, jobs, riverside public space and hotel will go on show at Oxford Town Hall as developers take the next step towards submitting a planning application.
This is a new pedestrian and cycle bridge linking the future proposed redevelopment of the Osney Mead industrial estate to the proposed Oxpens redevelopment and Oxford city centre.
The car park will close temporarily for 13 weeks from 16 May 2022, so the disused car park decking can be dismantled.
The feedback from this November consultation will assist the refinement of the masterplan for Oxpens, ahead of a planning application being made in the new year.