Old Road Campus Planned Developments and Updates
This page aims to provide updates on the ongoing works by the University for the Nursery, Amenities and BioEscalator Building and the Big Data Institute. You will also find the update on details of planned construction activity which may affect you on the Campus.
The combined Old Road Campus consisting of the Old Road Campus and Park Hospital is subject to development as detailed in the Estates Services link: http://www.admin.ox.ac.uk/estates/aboutus/managingtheestate/capitalprojects/#d.en.171362
Contacts for works on Old Road Campus site: email@example.com
AMENITIES AND BIOESCALATOR BUILDING
The main contractor for the construction of the Amenities and Bio Escalator Building is now on site with an anticipated completion of Q 2 2017.
THE BIG DATA INSTITUTE/NDPH BUILDING
The completion of this building is anticipated at the end of this year with soft and hard landscaping to follow.
For the Mace related construction works: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Energy link and impacts on travel in the Headington area
Estates Services have been engaged in discussions with the Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (OUH Trust) regarding their Energy Link project in order to understand, prepare for and seek to minimise the impact on the University’s operations in Headington. Whilst the need for and desirability of the project is understood, disruption to commuting, business travel and site deliveries to Old Road Campus, Churchill Hospital, the Warneford Hospital and to a lesser extent the Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre and the JR Hospital will be significant when the works take place during 2017. This is likely to include a 3 week partial closure of Old Road and an 8 week complete closure of Churchill Drive. The University has become aware of an opportunity for Staff to found out more and raise concerns about the OUH Trust’s plans at their consultation event on 18th May, full details are provided in the invitation below.
Construction activity for the nursery is now completed.
http://www.admin.ox.ac.uk/childcare/currentdevelopments/ provides information for University staff members on nursery and child care facilities and further information on the proposals for the new Headington Nursery provision.