Plans to redevelop West Way shopping centre are set to include 273 student rooms and 139 homes.

Developer Mace has put forward proposals for the Botley precinct which will no longer include a cinema and will see Elms Parade shops and Field House sheltered housing retained. 

Original plans rejected last December included more than 500 student rooms and just 50 residential homes, a six-screen cinema and a large supermarket.

Doric and Mace's scheme to demolish Elms Parade and Field House was turned down by Vale of White Horse District Council and a new public consultation process was started.

The new plans, which have now gone on display to the public, feature a small supermarket - slightly larger than the current Co-op - and a range of different sized units for shops and cafes. 

A new 123-bed hotel also features in the plans alongside a three-storey community centre with a large hall a kitchen, cafe, dedicated room for teenagers, library and community garden.

The public exhibition can be viewed today and tomorrow between 2pm and 8pm at St Peter and St Paul's Church in Botley. 

A planning application is expected to be submitted at the start of the next year.