Here’s my weekly round-up of local news for 19 – 25 January.
Clerkenwell Properties Ltd, presumably the owners of Kennett House, the block of shops and offices including Iceland, have applied to the City Council to decide whether or not they need planning permission to convert the offices over the shops to 12 flats. See Planning Application reference 15/00189/B56.
Birmingham City Council has told @RosalindRogers that the woodland area of the Stansfeld Outdoor Centre will not be redeveloped.
@Oxford_Brookes announced that their new Vice-Chncellor is to be Professor Alistair Fitt. He is currently the university’s Pro Vice Chancellor for Research and Knowledge Exchange.
Developers Frontier are mounting a new public exhibition of their proposals for the corner of Latimer Road. It’s on Tuesday 27 January from 4 – 8pm in the St Clement’s Family Centre in Cross Street. See their invitation for more details. No planning application has yet been submitted.
Marsh Lane, Marston was closed for a time on Saturday afternoon following a collision between a car and an ambulance. Three people suffered minor injuries.
Johnson Cleaners is closing on 5 February and moving to 61 Woodstock Road.
My favourite Headington-related tweet of the week:
Active posts on the Headington & Marston e-democracy forum this week:
- Silver Joggers starting up again
- The Economist on Oxford/Cambridge
- Revised Proposals for the Development of Holy Trinity, Headington Quarry
- Marston Shops
- London Road “Improvement” Scheme
- Community Matters
- Kennett House (block that includes Iceland)
- Margaret Road zebra crossing work
- Oxfordshire Transport Strategy
- Old Marston parish council website