Barton Village Road
Barton Park Sports Pitch & Phoenix Association
Barton Park features at the Landscape Institute Awards 2016
Barton Park masterplanners, Terence O’Rourke, wins
“highly commended” award in the Urban and Masterplanning category at last
week’s awards ceremony.
planning and design consultancy Terence O'Rourke has won the “highly commended”
award in the Urban and Masterplanning category at the 2016 Landscape Institute
Awards for its work on Barton Park, Oxford.
year, the LI Awards are presented to landscape professionals in recognition of
their outstanding work, and to encourage excellence. The Landscape Institute
applauds those working on the most innovative projects to have shaped, restored
and protected the natural and built environment.
unique and innovative Barton Park development is promoted by Barton Oxford LLP,
a partnership between Grosvenor Developments Ltd and Oxford City Council.
comprehensive design includes 885 new homes, a community hub with primary
school, a mixed-use local centre, leisure and community facilities and
strategic open space.
landscape-led plan is fundamental to the successful delivery of a high quality
and vibrant place for people to live and work.
Andy Sharpe, Director of Project Management - Strategic Land
has commented “The aim at Barton Park is to deliver an exemplar project. This
aspiration is now taking shape, with a significant proportion
of the primary infrastructure implemented and construction of the
first phase of housing starting on site. As well as providing much needed
housing in Oxford, the project will bring about tangible benefits to adjacent
communities and create an integrated and sustainable new neighbourhood.”
Burton, Design Director at Terence O’Rourke,
said: “We are delighted that our masterplanning and landscape design
work on Barton Park has been recognised
by this award. It is a testament to the consistently high quality and
innovative results that our team delivers.
On Site Update Report November 2016
Barton Park is taking shape and Blackwell's continue to make good progress.
Please click here to read their latest update report.
On Site Update Report August 2016
Progress at the Barton Park construction site is well underway and C A Blackwell has sent in this update report.
Click the link here to read more.
Consultation Day - Saturday 5th December 2015 10am-2pm
The Barton Park team held a consultation day on Saturday 5th December 2015 click here to view the proposals.
Blackwell wants to meet you!
Blackwell, the main contractor delivering the infrastructure works at Barton Park, is holding a "meet the buyer event" on Wednesday 21st October between 10am-4pm at Barton Neighbourhood Centre, Underhill Circus, Headington.
This is a great opportunity for locally based suppliers and contractors to introduce themselves to the Blackwell project team and their buyers.
If you are interested in attending on 21st October, please register by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Click this link to open the full flyer which gives further details of this event.
Hill Residential Design Boards July 2015
Progress Update No.5 July 2015
Hill Residential Design Boards
Barton Park Progress Update No.4 - April 2015
Barton Park Progress Update No.3 - March 2015
Barton Park infrastructure works given the go-ahead
Barton Oxford LLP announces first house builder for Barton Park
Barton Park Drop-in session invitation on 16th and 18th December 2014
Barton Oxford LLP Submits Reserved Matters Application
Barton Park wins top planning award
Reserved Matters Application presentation to Oxford City Council Members
Planning applications and programme
Frequently Asked Questions and Answers from the recent Park and Open Spaces Consultation
Park & Open Spaces Consultation
Creating a sense of identity
We wanted our new Oxford development to have an identity that was popular with the local community, as well as being memorable and appealing to a wider audience.
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New neighbourhood in Oxford to be named Barton Park
Detailed Planning Permission for Barton Park
Barton Plans Gets Approval