Mixed use – Recent Projects
Oxford North project will include 480 homes, along with labs and workspaces covering an area of 936,500ft² (89,512m²) in total.
Out of the 480 new homes being developed as part of the project, at least 35% (168 homes) are expected to be affordable while the remaining will be for private sale. Approvals for the first batch of 317 homes were secured in September 2022.
Mynott Bowers completed the bills of quantities for the homes that will be built on Canalside south of the A40 and will range from one-bedroom to five-bedroom apartments. The first batch is expected to have 111 homes in the affordable category.
The first phase of development will include three buildings covering 145,000ft² (13,470m²) for laboratory and technical office spaces. Two linked buildings with four floors and a dry laboratory workplace will be accompanied by a new public park and locations to eat and drink. Each of the two buildings will provide 55,000ft² (5,109m²) of space.
The project comprises of modifications to the existing building, to incorporate a ceremonial suite in the old reference library, relocation of existing reference library, new customers services area, extension and refurbishment of the existing library, new reception and reading rooms and new entrance lobby.
The Cathedral restoration project is a comprehensive one, which involves the demolition of the existing old Song school building and the construction of a new heritage learning centre. Additionally, the Cathedral building itself will undergo a significant restoration process, including repairs to the stonework, roof, and flooring among other things.