New public spaces might be developed as part of a multi-million pound redesign of Oxford’s Clarendon Centre, its owners have exposed.
With the coronavirus having such a negative result on footfall on the high street the shopping centre owners have actually indicated they wish to diversify and no longer utilize it solely for retail.
Lothbury Investment Management now wants to speak with shoppers and citizens about the proposed modifications to the complex off Cornmarket Street before they put in a planning application to Oxford City Council.
Artists’ impression of a brand-new public area
The consultation by centre owners Lothbury Investment Management will include strategies to create new public areas in the heart of the city at both ground and roofing level, and open a brand-new link into the historical Frewin Court which has actually been left largely unused in recent years.
Chains at the centre include style brand names H&M, TK Maxx, and Space Outlet.
Adam Smith, from Lothbury Investment