Public notices: projects of 61 new housing units on the site of the former foyer scolaire
Plans for more than 60 new homes on Sandy Lane in west Oxford are just a few of the public notices published by local councils last week.
Each week, Oxfordshire’s local authorities publish the notices, which cover road works, in addition to permit and planning applications.
Oxford station upgrade planning decision: Oxford City Council has approved the following development (subject to conditions) Engineering work on the west side to construct an additional 5 platform railway line with a platform canopy and platform enclosures -form offering facilities for passengers, as well as a staircase and elevator to access a metro connection to a proposed secondary station entrance including retail shops, public restrooms, open hall, staff quarters and a relocated station waste area.
Proposed replacement of railway and pedestrian bridges over Botley Road as well as modifications to the road to provide level-separated sidewalks on either side.
Reconfiguration of Roger Dudman Road to connect it to Cripley Road and replacement of the Sheepwash Bridge.
Proposed demolition of the one-story railway buildings at the rear of Platform 4, as well as the Youth Hostel and removal of two small, one-story commercial units between Cripley Road and Roger Dudman Way.
Formation of a public domain on the west side of the proposed station building with parking spaces for bicycles
Slade Park Fire Station: Request for pre-approval for the replacement of six existing antennas with 12 antennas on three six-meter support poles and ancillary work at the fire station on Horspath Driftway, Headington.
New homes on Godstow Road: Planning application for the demolition of the existing residential house and outbuildings and the construction of two four-bed houses with private amenity space, parking, and garbage and bicycle stores at 152 Godstow Road, Oxford.
License application: Willows Shake Shop in Abingdon has applied to Vale of White Horse Council for a license to sell alcohol between 10 a.m. and 7 p.m. Monday through Sunday.
Student accommodation: St John’s College calls for the removal of the St Clare’s logo from the pediment at 18 Bardwell Road, the demolition of a rear lean-to. Twenty solar panels and five aerothermal heat pumps in acoustic enclosures will be installed.
The site is currently vacant after being used for teaching and administrative functions by St Clare’s Oxford. An approved planning application establishes the use for student classrooms and accommodation.
Jericho Cheese Company: An app to cover the sign of the previous occupant. Changes to the storefront on the ground floor include installing non-illuminated white lettering on the fascia and refinishing.
This is a requested consent modification for a listed building to overhang the fascia with a plank painted brown at 7 St Michael’s Mansions, Ship Street.
51 new homes: Oxford City Council and Oxfordshire County Council are seeking permission to demolish the former Northfield House boarding school on Sandy Lane in west Oxford.
The hybrid application is for a full planning application for the demolition of the existing Northfield Inn buildings and the construction of two four-story buildings to provide 51 units with new pedestrian and vehicular access, vehicle and bicycle parking, landscaping landscaped, an amenity area, waste storage and noise attenuation works.
Describe the planning request for building up to 10 houses on a former playground to the east of the hostel buildings. All matters reserved except ladder and access.
Applications can be viewed on the planning pages of the town hall website.
Public survey : On January 11, 2022 at 10:00 a.m. at Farmoor Village Hall, Cumnor Road, Mr. Frank Smith and Ms. McDonagh will appeal the notice of execution served by Vale of White Horse District Council. The notice alleges that without a building permit, the land was used for the siting of mobile homes for residential purposes at Greengate Bungalow, Cumnor Road.
An inspector appointed by the Secretary of State will be present at the place, date and time indicated above to rule on the appeal (s).
Members of the public may attend the investigation and, at the inspector’s discretion, express their views. The documents relating to the appeal (s) may be consulted in the offices of the Council by prior arrangement. Where appropriate, you can submit documents, view information and check the progress of cases through GOV.UK.
The address of the search page is: – https://www.gov.uk/appeal-planning-inspectorate