Oxford Station Design Ideas Competition

Six internationally-renowned architects have developed design concepts for a future world-class rail and transport interchange at Oxford and we need you to vote for your favourite.

The competition is the start of a design process with the aim of creating architectural ideas for an ambitious landmark building. The competition follows on from the Oxford Station Masterplan which originally outlined the layout, functions and scale required for a future gateway station at Oxford.

The six competition designs are ideas to help inspire how a future rail and transport interchange could look. This is a very early stage of the design process and these ideas may not be designs that are built but the aim is to visualise what could be possible.

We would like you to tell us your favourite from the ideas shown and your vote will go towards determining the 'People's Favourite' award. All the design ideas can be viewed below and votes can be cast by registering your email on this site and giving us your thoughts by answering the questions.

 

The results to this consultation are available by clicking on the 'View the responses' link below.

A press release with details of the winners (Oxford Station Design Competition March 2016) is also available to view below

The next steps in this project will be to analyse the results in order to help inform  decisions relating to  the future development plans for the Station. Please see the Oxford Station Masterplan for further information.

Timeline

  • Opened
    10 Dec 2015 at 16:00
  • Closed
    29 Dec 2015 at 23:59
  • Response Published
    17 Mar 2016

Details

Area Covered Barton And Sandhills, Blackbird Leys, Carfax, Churchill, Cowley, Cowley Marsh, Headington, Headington Hill And Northway, Hinksey Park, Holywell, Iffley Fields, Jericho And Osney, Littlemore, Lye Valley, Marston, North, Northfield Brook, Quarry And Risinghurst, Rose Hill And Iffley, St Clement's, St Margaret's, St Mary's, Summertown, Wolvercote
Who we are consulting Area Committees/Forums, Children & Young People, City Councillors, Community Groups, Council Staff, County Councillors, Disability groups, District Citizens' Panel, District Councillors, General Public, Housing tenants, Local Strategic Partnerships, Management Team, Older People, Resident Groups, Social Housing Tenants, Voluntary Sector
Who we are consulting (others) Rail users
Who we are consulting (committees)
Methods Used Online Consultations, Exhibition / Roadshow
Contact Details

Louise O'Hanlon

lo'hanlon@oxford.gov.uk

01865 252060

Oxford Regeneration PR & Marketing Manager