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Makeover for dilapidated Seacourt Retail Park begins
6:30am Tuesday 3rd December 2013 in News
Work has started on a £15m scheme to transform West Oxford's Botley’s Seacourt Retail Park.
Developers are hoping to create 150 new jobs with the work to revamp the dilapidated 1980s shopping centre.
Its regeneration will create more than 5,000 sq m of extra floor space in 10 new units, but the BP petrol station will disappear.
Eric Hall, joint director of developer TDH Estates, confirmed that work had started.
Vale of White Horse District Council’s planning committee approved the scheme in May.
The park is owned by British Airways Pension Trust (BAPT).
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