PUBLIC CONSULTATIONNotice ID: SW4374443
PROPOSED REDEVELOPMENT OF THE TINBERGEN BUILDING
The University of Oxford invites you attend a public consultation to view proposals to redevelop the site of the Tinbergen Building | to create a new, world-class centre for life and mind sciences.
We propose to demolish the existing Tinbergen Building, on the corner of St Cross Road and South Parks Road, to make way for a new Life and Mind Building that will act as a gateway to the University's Science Area.
As part of this redevelopment, various enabling works are proposed in relation to adjacent and adjoining buildings, as well as infrastructure works and the demolition of the current building. We intend to submit a planning application to Oxford City Council for these in July 2019, followed by a planning application for the replacement building in
At the consultation event we will set out our proposals for and invite your feedback on the enabling and demolition works and the emerging design for the new building. All feedback received will be taken into careful consideration in progressing the scheme.
The public consultation sessions will take place as follows:
Dates/times: Friday 17 May 2019 between 16:00 and 19:001 Saturday 18 May 2019 between 10:00 and 13:00
Location: The Linbury Room, Worcester College, Walton Street, Oxford OX1 2HB
Members of the project and design teams will be available to answer any queries you may have. A hardcopy feedback form will be available at the consultation and an online version will be published on the University's website together with an electronic version of the display information at
from 16:00 on 17 May. Online feedback will be open for two weeks from this date.
Worcester College is located in the centre of Oxford on the junction of Beaumont Street, Walton Street and Worcester Street. The college is just across the road from the main bus and coach station, and is a 10 minute walk from the railway station and main shopping areas.
If you have any queries about the event please do not hesitate to contact the project team at