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PolicySP7 CANALSIDELAND

Planning permission will be granted for a mixed use development at the Canalside Land site that includesallofthefollowinguses: a.residential b.asustainablysizedcommunitycentre c.publicopenspace/square d.replacementoperatingboatyard e.anewbridgeovertheOxfordCanalforpedestriansandcyclists Planningpermissionwillnotbegrantedforanyotheruses. Careful design must ensure that development proposals contribute towards the character of the conservation area and enhances St Barnabas Church and its setting. A planning application must be accompanied by a sitespecific flood risk assessment and development should incorporate any necessarymitigationmeasures.

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that their future operational requirements can be met on the site through redevelopment and by making more efficient use ofland.ManyofthecurrentbuildingsontheChurchillSiteare Currentuse: singlestorey and floorspace could be increased on the site by FloodZone: redeveloping these buildings at an appropriate density and scale.Someareasofthesitewillnolongerberequiredbythe Trustandwillbecomeavailableforalternativeuses.TheSouthCentralAmbulanceTrustbelievethattheAmbulance Resource Centre site is likely to become available in the future. A joint redevelopment of the Ambulance Resource CentreandtheChurchillHospitalsitewouldassistinmakingthebestuseoflandorallowingforreconfigurationand consolidation of hospital uses. Nationally important archaeological remains belonging to the Oxford Roman pottery industryhavepreviouslybeenidentifiedatthissite. B2.23 The Core Strategy focuses hospital related development on the existing sites in Headington and Marston. Hospital related uses should remain the main focus of the site. Focussing development on existing sites creates opportunities for shared trips to the sites which would reduce traffic movement, provide opportunities to reduce parkingonthesiteandprovideanincentiveforimprovedpublictransporttothesite.Thisshouldremaintheaimfor any alternative uses developed on the site. Oxfordshire County Councils Local Transport Plan seeks to reduce car parking on all the hospital sites within Oxford but the City Council would need to be satisfied that any new developmentwouldnotleadtoaddedparkingpressureonsurroundingresidentialareas. B2.24 Itwouldbebeneficialforthehospitalifthesitewasdevelopedforuseswheretheproximityofbeingadjacent tothehospitalisimportant.Employmentuseswhichhaveaparticularneedtobelocatedclosetothehospital,suchas pharmaceutical companies needing access to patients for research purposes, would be suitable. It would also be beneficialtolocateprimaryhealthcare,apatienthotelandaccommodationforNHSstaffonthesite.Complementary uses which would also be suitable but which should not dominate the new development on the site are general residential and student accommodation. Retail development should be small scale units so as they do not act as destinationshops. Sitearea: Ward: Landowner: 22.73hectares/56.17acres Churchill OxfordUniversityHospitals NHSTrust Hospital FZ1

B2.22 TheOxfordUniversityHospitalsNHSTrustisconfident

PolicySP8 CHURCHILLHOSPITALSITEANDAMBULANCERESOURCECENTRE
Planningpermissionwillbegrantedforfurtherhospitalrelateduses,includingtheredevelopmentof existing buildings to provide improved facilities on the Churchill Hospital and Ambulance Resource Centresites.Othersuitableusesmusthaveanoperationallinktothehospitalandare: EmploymentB1(b),B1(c)andB2; Patienthotel; Primaryhealthcare; Accommodationforkeyworkers; Education; Academicinstitutional. Complementaryacceptableusesare: Residential; Studentaccommodation; Smallscaleretailunitsprovidedthattheyareancillarytothehospital. Planningpermissionwillnotbegrantedforanyotheruses. Developmentproposalsmustnotprejudicebusaccessthroughthesite.Improvementstopublic transportaccessandthereductionincarparkingprovisiononsitewillberequired.Mitigation measureswillberequiredtoensurethatproposalsdonotleadtoincreasedparkingpressureonnearby residentialstreets.Footpathsshouldbecreatedacrossthesite. DevelopmentshouldbedesignedtoensurethatthereisnoadverseimpactontheLyeValleySSSIanda bufferzoneshouldbeprovidedduringtheconstructionperiodtoavoiddisturbancetotheSSSI.To minimiseimpactupontheverysensitiveLyeValleySSSI,developmentproposalsshouldreducesurface waterrunoffintheareaandshouldbeaccompaniedbyanassessmentofgroundwaterandsurface waterneededatdesignstage.

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accommodation. There is a listed building on the site and the existingdevelopmentdoesnotenhancethesettingofthelisted building or the conservation area. The west side of the site is open space with dense tree coverage and should not be FloodZone: developed. B2.26 Thereispotentialtomakebetteruseofthesitewhilst respectingandimprovingthesettingofthelistedbuilding.Theexistinggraduatestudentaccommodationshouldbe replacedwithnewgraduateaccommodationorwithresidentialoramixofbothuses.Thesiteisnotwithinanarea thatsatisfiesthestudentaccommodationPolicyHP4sothereshouldbenonetincreaseinstudentslivingonthesite. Opportunities should be explored to open up footpaths for pedestrians through the site. More vulnerable developmentwillbeexpectedtobedirectedawayfromFloodZone3b. Sitearea: Ward: Landowner: Currentuse: 3.89hectares/9.61acres RoseHillandIffley UniversityofOxford UniversityofOxford graduatehousing FZ3bbutFZ2forsequential test

B2.25 This site is currently poor quality graduate student