Go-ahead for Jericho Wharf by Haworth Tompkins

Jericho Wharf

Jericho Wharf
Master Plan

The mixed-use scheme for Jericho Wharf, the former Castlemill Boatyard in Oxford was granted planning permission. The proposals include a new boatyard, community centre, restaurant and a mix of social and market housing.

Jericho Wharf
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In addition, the scheme will create a new public square between the Oxford Canal and the Grade I listed, St. Barnabas Church along with a winding hole for boats on the canal and a fully-accessible, pedestrian footbridge to link Jericho to Rawley Road and Oxford Station.

Jericho Wharf
Image © Haworth Tompkins

The proposals have evolved through close collaboration between the design team, a number of local community groups, the developer and Oxford City Council and will bring an important and much loved site back into active use. It is hoped that construction will start in early 2016. Source by Haworth Tompkins.

Jericho Wharf
Image © Haworth Tompkins

Location: Canalside Land, Jericho, Oxford, UK
Architect: Haworth Tompkins
Social Enterprise Consultants: Coin Street Community Builders
Quantity Surveyor: Davis Langdon LLP
Year: 2016

Jericho Wharf
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Jericho Wharf
Elevation
Jericho Wharf
Elevation

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