Construction of 2,900-3,250 Residential Dwellings

This scenario would combine the delivery of the Bayswater land with the adjacent Wick Farm land to provide an overall total of 2,900-3,250 homes with associated community facilities…

…including a local centre, country and local park and a cemetery. This option is deliverable within the 2033 plan period and the identified land is under the control of only two land owners: Christ Church, Oxford promoted by Dorchester Residential Management and Wick Farming Limited promoted by Berkeley Strategic.

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Economic Benefits

Construction Benefits

£442.0million

Estimated construction investment over 13-year build programme1

647

Direct construction roles and indirect/induced jobs supported per annum during build phase

£561.0million GVA2

Economic output contribution from jobs supported by activities at the site over 10 years

Operational Benefits

3,765

Economically active and employed residents estimated to live in the new housing.

£95.3million

Annual household expenditure.

£5.6million

Estimated annual increase in Council Tax revenue.

Bayswater, Oxford

Bayswater is a residential-led development scheme proposed on land adjacent to Barton Park that has been prepared and promoted by the landowners, Christ Church Oxford and Dorchester Residential Management, and provides a response to the unmet housing need in Oxford.