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PUBLIC CONSULTATION PROPOSAL FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF A NEW NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH FACILITY AT THE JOHN RADCLIFFE HOSPITAL, HEADLEY WAY, OXFORD

Notice ID: OX4007630

Notice effective from
6th April 2017 to 6th May 2017

PUBLIC CONSULTATION
PROPOSAL FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF A NEW NEUROSCIENCE RESEARCH FACILITY AT THE JOHN RADCLIFFE HOSPITAL, HEADLEY WAY, OXFORD
The University of Oxford invites you to attend a public exhibition to view proposals for a new building on the John Radcliffe Hospital Site at Headley Way.
The new building is intended to provide purpose-built facilities for the Centre for the Prevention of Stroke and Dementia (CPSD), as well as providing additional research and desk space for the Oxford Centre for Functional MRI of the Brain (FMRIB). Both of these organisations are component units of the Nuffield Department of Clinical Neurosciences (part of the University's Medical Sciences Division). When the development is complete, it will create the UK's largest dedicated centre for stroke research and will help to maintain the University's position as a world-leader not only in the research it undertakes, but also in the quality of teaching it provides.
A planning application is expected to be submitted to Oxford City Council in July 2017 to take forward the development of this new facility with construction to begin in early 2018. As part of this process, the University is inviting members of the public to discuss the proposals with members of the project team on the following dates:
Date / Time:
Day 1: Friday 28 April 2017
between 4.00pm and 7.00pm Venue: Osler House, Osler Road, Headington,
Oxford, OX3 9BL Day 2: Saturday 29 April 2017
between 10.00am and 12.00pm Venue: Osler House, Osler Road, Headington,
Oxford, OX3 9BL
If you have any queries regarding the event please do not hesitate to contact the University at the following email address: public.consultation@admin.ox.ac.uk.

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