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.
While cities in the US claim the top five spots, Oxford at numbers 9, performs well in the analysis, especially given it’s comparatively smaller population and lower VC investment.
Take up hit 1.6 million sq ft (148,644 sq m) and can be attributed to a significant increase in demand, from online retailers who accounted for 70% of all market transactions.
To give you an idea, we’ve rounded up 20 or so properties on the market in Oxford and across Oxfordshire at around the £1 million mark.
Work has started on the construction of two major industrial units in Didcot Quarter, the largest industrial development in South Oxfordshire for 20 years.
The ‘Oxford-Cambridge Arc’ has the potential to create up to 1.1 million new jobs by 2050 if the required new infrastructure is delivered, according to new research from Savills.
63 St John Street in Oxford is a unique Regency townhouse in an elegant street in a prime city centre location, renovated and extended in 2002 and with further improvements since.
Stylish central Oxford living in extensively renovated striking Grade II listed end townhouse.
Lavender Cottage is a delightful Grade II listed family house with origins in the 17th century, beautifully extended and refurbished in recent years.
Millers Barn is a converted stone barn with spacious and versatile living accommodation in a spectacular private rural setting in the Oxfordshire countryside.
With generous ceiling heights and tall sash windows, Badgemore Grange is a fine and handsome early 19th-century country house of wonderful proportions.
20 Bradmore Road Oxford is a substantial detached family house on a prime residential road in Central North Oxford.