Plans have been submitted in a bid to create a new cafe and to make alterations to a pavilion in an Oxford park.

Developer Courtside Hubs CIC has submitted proposals to the city council to make alterations and extend the pavilion in Bury Knowle Park.

The plans, if approved, would lead to the construction of a new kitchen area, a café and storage space for bikes.

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The company also has plans for creating more recreational space, with the proposals including plans for flexible mini tennis and badminton courts, three basketball courts, one netball court and two shuffleboard courts.

In addition to this, golf fans will be pleased to know that the company intends to re-instate and landscape a mini golf course.

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There are also plans for a new group exercise space and six picnic benches, which will require the removal of two trees adjacent to the pavilion.

A decision on the application will be considered in due course after the plans were lodged on July 12. 

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