West Way Square, Botley Oxford

West Way Square, Botley Oxford
West Way Square, Botley

About West Way Square, Botley Oxford

The West Way Square, in Botley, just outside Oxford, is an exciting new development that has been designed to reinvigorate the local centre’s character and surrounding area.

This sympathetic redevelopment of an established and well-connected neighbourhood includes a central public piazza with restaurants and cafes that provides an attractive focal point for residents, visitors, shoppers and the local community.

The development complements the charm of this bustling West Oxford neighbourhood and offers something for the whole community and the many people who visit the district.

Shops and Restaurants

A selection of convenience stores provides shoppers with the everyday essentials, while restaurants and cafes allow visitors to grab a quick coffee or a relaxed bite to eat.

Stunning new apartments

The 1,2 & 3 bedroom apartments at West Way Square provide a great base for those looking to live in a lively neighbourhood with great access to Oxford and its excellent transport links.

Student and academic living

The accommodation here provides the perfect base for those working or studying at the city’s universities, with regular public transport services and on-site amenities.


West Way Square is an ideal spot for a small or medium-sized business to call home. The development includes 3,300 sq ft of open-plan office space that’s flooded with natural light.


At the heart of the community is a a wealth of new facilities to bring the neighbourhood together. Residents, locals and visitors alike are well served by the new church, library and church hall. From playgroups to poetry and quiet contemplation to Zumba, West Way Square has it all.

Good to know

Oxford Railway Station is approximately 1 mile to the east and the development is on several bus routes to and from the city centre. There are over 300 car parking spaces on site and dedicated cycleways run between the development and Oxford City Centre.

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