Jericho Boatyard plans delay

Jericho Boatyard plans delay

Jericho Boatyard plans delay

First published in News

Plans for the proposed redevelopment of the Jericho Boatyard have yet to appear on Oxford City Council’s website.

Developer Strategic Iconic Assets Heritage Acquisition Fund (SIAHAF) submitted its planning application on May 13.

But the council has not yet validated the document and placed it online.

Council spokesman Chris Lee said: “The application hasn’t yet been validated because we have requested and are waiting for further information from the applicant.”

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8:51am Wed 11 Jun 14

Myron Blatz says...

Jericho boatyard redevelopment delays again - now there's a surprise! Presume the Council is demanding 75% social housing, or maybe the structures are as high and unsightly as City Council likes?
Jericho boatyard redevelopment delays again - now there's a surprise! Presume the Council is demanding 75% social housing, or maybe the structures are as high and unsightly as City Council likes? Myron Blatz
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