HERE is a round up of some of the latest planning applications submitted to Oxford City Council.

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  • WHERE: 5 St Thomas Street 
  • PROPOSAL: Proposed change of use of existing building from dwellinghouse to provide hotel guest suite accommodation together with the provision of a two-bedroom managers apartment with external amenity space.                  
  • REFERENCE: 19/00228/FUL

Oxford Mail: Randolph Hotel. Picture: Ed NixRandolph Hotel. Picture: Ed Nix

  • WHERE: Randolph Hotel, Beaumont Street
  • PROPOSAL: Repairs to the front of the building - two brickwork piers and two stone roundels above both sides of the main entrance and realignment of one large chimney at Beaumont Street. Repairs to existing balcony stone gallow brackets at Magdalen Street.
  • REFERENCE: 19/00023/LBC

ALSO READ: Inside the Randolph Hotel's new £100,000 ballroom

  • WHERE: Land to the rear of the Observatory, South Parks Road.   
  • PROPOSAL: Installation of a welfare compound and erection of modular buildings for a temporary period in connection with Biochemistry Phase 2 construction works by Oxford University.                                                     
  • REFERENCE: 18/03383/FUL

Oxford Mail: Holy Family Church. Picture via Google MapsHoly Family Church. Picture via Google Maps

  • WHERE: Holy Family Church, 1 Cuddesdon Way                                     
  • PROPOSAL: Redevelopment of existing church to provide a new church building, community facilities and 21 residential units (10 x one-bed and 10 x two-bed flats, and 1 x four-bed house).                                                       
  • REFERENCE: 18/03405/FUL
  • WHERE: 240 Banbury Road                                                       
  • PROPOSAL: Fit out of vacant retail premises to from new Majestic Wines shop, including to formation of a structural opening to the rear for leaf and half doorset along with inclined access arrangement. Redecoration of shop frontage with new branded signage to front and side elevations, including projecting sign.                                                                     
  • REFERENCE: 19/00206/FUL

Oxford Mail: John Radcliffe Hospital's womens centreJohn Radcliffe Hospital's womens centre

  • WHERE: John Radcliffe Hospital, Womens Centre, Headley Way                 
  • PROPOSAL: Installation of one Air Handling Unit on the roof of the Women's Centre to serve an accessible delivery suite within the maternity ward.           
  • REFERENCE: 19/00185/FUL
  • WHERE: First and second floor, 116 - 120 London Road, Headington         
  • PROPOSAL: Change of use of vacant first and second floors to a 24-hour gym.                                                                                       
  • REFERENCE: 19/00151/FUL
  • WHERE: Former Co-op Dairy, Osney Mead                       
  • PROPOSAL: Oxford University submitted for the former Co-op Dairy to continue to be used as a bus depot and offices for the Science Transit Shuttle between April 2019 and July 2022.                                                                 
  • REFERENCE: 19/00141/FUL

Oxford Mail: The former jobs centreThe former jobs centre

  • WHERE: Government Building, Floyds Row                               
  •  PROPOSAL: Change of use from jobcentre to emergency hostel accommodation together with associated communal facilities and services and a daytime assessment hub, for a temporary period of five years. 
  • REFERENCE: 19/00128/CT3

MORE DETAILS: Old Oxford Job Centre to be turned into homeless shelter

  • WHERE: The Black Swan 11 Crown Street                                                
  • PROPOSAL: Retrospective permission for a shelter in pub garden for Aunt Sally games.                                                     
  • REFERENCE: 19/00050/FUL