MORE hotels, extra CCTV and temporary Covid testing sites could be seen across the city if plans go ahead.

Other building projects include.

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AN 180 bed hotel, spread across three-floors as well as six maisonette flats could replace an old office building.

An application by easyHotel. has been made to knock down the existing retail office space at 280 Banbury Road.

Planning reference: 17/02832/FUL

A TEMPORARY Covid 19 testing unit has been installed for a period of 24-months.

The site was installed at the University Of Oxford Old Road Campus on Roosevelt Drive.

The application was made retrospectively following the pandemic.

Planning reference: 21/01829/FUL

CCTV could be installed in the inside and the outside of the Covered Market.

The Covered Market is a Grade II listed building, however, the installation of the cameras would not affect its historic structure.

Planning reference: 21/01839/CT3

MORE electric car charging points are set to be installed throughout the city.

Oxford University Press have made an application to install electric vehicle charging points to Great Clarendon Street car park, Engineer's Yard and Walton Street car park.

The charging points will be vandal proof.

Planning reference: 21/01611/FUL

A NEW cafe on the Banbury Road called CrepeAffaire has asked for permission to create an outdoor seating area.

The new cafe will be located next to the new easyHotel.

CrepeAffaire already has cafe's in London and Brighton.

Panning reference: 21/01383/FUL

PLANS to create 402 apartments at Thornhill Park, on London Road, have been made.

The apartment blocks will also include a gym, office space, a cafe and a restaurant.

Plans have also been put in place for 133 bed hotel.

The space will provide parking provisions as well as new access to get onto the A40.

The latest update to the application includes a comment from Historic England who did not wish to comment on the plans, however, advised the applicant to seek the views of specialist conservation and archaeological advisors.

Planning reference: 21/01695/FUL

A NEW nursery could be located adjacent to the Sadler Building on Heatley Road, near Oxford Science Park.

The nursery would employ 20 full time staff.

It would be open from 7.30am to 6.30pm Mondays to Friday.

Planning reference: 21/01381/FUL

REPAIRS have been made to the Covered Markets roof and to remove four lights that are not needed.

The application was retrospective so changes have been made.

Planning reference: 21/01718/LBC

TRINITY House Office Spaces want to make an extension to its building at Oxford business park.

This includes creating a shower block, more bin storage, a plant room, and more bike storage.

There are also plans to install an electricity substation, as well as make improvements to lighting.

Disabled parking spots are to be relocated and the overall car park size is to be reduced.

Planning reference: 21/01845/VAR