Central Oxford Historic Urban Character Assessment Public Consultation 2012

A series of forty-four historic urban character statements have been produced for central Oxford intended as summary introductions to the built character and historic environment of each area.

An introductory report and the individual draft statements can be download below.

This consultation invites wider public comments on the individual reports before they are made available on-line. Please use the link to the questionnaire provided below.

This project was undertaken by the Heritage and Specialist Services Team of the City Council with funding from English Heritage. It forms part of the evidence base for the Oxford City Heritage Plan.

The map below sets out the numbering system for the forty-four different character areas or HUCA's. The colour coding shows the wider character zones to which they belong.

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Consultation Summary

NameCentral Oxford Historic Urban Character Assessment Public Consultation 2012
DescriptionA series of forty-four historic urban character statements have been produced for central Oxford intended as summary introductions to the built character and historic environment of each area. This consultation invites wider public comments on the individual reports before they are made available on-line. This project was undertaken by the Heritage and Specialist Services Team of the City Council with funding from English Heritage. It forms part of the evidence base for the Oxford City Heritage Plan.
DatesFrom 5 Nov 2012 at 09:00 to 14 Dec 2012 at 23:59. The results were published on 10 Jan 2013.
StatusComplete
Area CoveredCarfax, Hinksey Park, Holywell, Jericho And Osney, St Clement's, St Mary's
Who we are consultingArea Committees/Forums, City Councillors, Community Groups, Council Staff, General Public
Who we are consulting (others)
Who we are consulting (committees)East and West Area Planning Committees
Methods UsedOnline Consultations
Contact Details

David Radford, email:dradford@oxford.gov.uk , Heritage and Specialist Services Team, Oxford City Council, Planning Dept, 109 St Aldate's, Oxford, OX1 1DS, Tel. 01865 252605