Osney Power Station development
In March we held a series of public consultation sessions in relation to proposals to redevelop Osney Power Station into a world-leading centre for Executive Education.
The building, in Arthur Street, is considered a Local Heritage Asset for its architectural interest with clear links to Oxford’s industrial past. Our aspiration is to bring this building back into active use through its conversion to an Executive Education centre for Saïd Business School. This would provide short stay residential courses for company executives just a short walk from Oxford Station and the main business school in Park End Street. Our vision is to regenerate and unlock the potential of the building to secure its long-term future.
As part of the initial assessment work on the site, design proposals were prepared, and members of the public were invited to come along to view these and to give feedback.
Feedback is welcomed on the proposals prior to moving forward with the detailed redevelopment proposals for the site. For those unable to attend the consultation in person an online version of the feedback form is available on the University’s website here together with an electronic version of the display information Osney Power Station public consultation boards - 02.03.18 (7,704kb).
Further consultation events will take place once the proposals have progressed and feedback has been sought from Oxford City Council.
If you have any queries regarding the consultations please do not hesitate to contact the School at the following email address: firstname.lastname@example.org