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Consultation

View new designs for the gasholder site in Oxted

St William, owners of the gasholder and Johnsdale car park sites in Oxted, is holding a public exhibition to share proposals for a comprehensive residential scheme.

In January, St William received planning permission to build 77 apartments on the gasholder site. St William has since bought the adjoining Johnsdale car park and is preparing a new planning application that makes the best use of both sites.

Please visit the exhibition event to view proposals and provide feedback.

  • Thursday 8 March, 2pm to 7.30pm, Oxted Library, 12 Gresham Rd, Oxted RH8 0BQ.

More information about the project is also available on www.oxtedgasholder.co.uk.

St William seeks views on plans for Oxted gasholder

St William Homes, owners of the gasholder site off Station Road East in Oxted, is holding two consultation events to display its detailed proposals to remove the gasholder and replace it with new homes and landscaping. 

All local residents and businesses can view proposals, talk to St William staff and give feedback at two drop in sessions:

  • Thursday 6 July, 4pm to 8pm at St Mary’s Church, Church Lane, Oxted, RH8 9NB.
  • Saturday 8 July, 10am to 1pm in the Main Hall at Oxted School, Bluehouse Lane, Oxted, RH8 0AB.

If you are unable to attend either of the events, further information about the project will also be available from 6 July on www.oxtedgasholder.co.uk or by contacting info@oxtedgasholder.co.uk.

One week left to have your say on RegenOxted consultation

We're still really keen to hear residents, businesses and visitors views on the urban redesign project for Station Road East and West, as well initial designs for the gasholder redevelopment.

The exhibitions at the Council Offices, Oxted and Oxted library include initial designs and give information about the next steps for the provision of additional parking and business start-up and office space. All this information is also available at www.regenoxted.com

Don't forget to sign up for updates here 

 

RegenOxted consultation - 2 weeks to go!

You've still got 2 weeks to have your say on the exciting projects in Oxted town centre, including the urban redesign project and the gasholder's redevelopment.

You can give your feedback on the urban redesign project online by filling out this survey. To view St William's initial conceptual designs and give feedback, please visit the Gasholder page on this website.

Alternatively, you can visit the Council Offices  (Monday - Friday) or Oxted library  (Tuesday - Saturday) to see the exhibition, view the conceptual designs and complete feedback forms.

For more informtation, visit www.regenoxted.com

Don't forget to sign up for updates here

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Jacqueline Gold visits the RegenOxted exhibition

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We were delighted that Old Oxted resident and business owner Jacqueline Gold visited the Council Offices last week to offer her full support to the RegenOxted projects, including the urban redesign scheme and the gasholder's redevelopment. Leader of the Council, Councillor Martin Fisher showed Jacqueline the conceptual drawings produced by urban design consultants Greer Pritchard and explained St William's initial proposals for the gasholder's redevelopment. 

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The exhibition at the Council Offices and Oxted library will be open until Friday 23rd June where you can fill out feedback forms for the gasholder redevelopment and urban redesign project, as well as get updates on the parking review in Oxted. 

RegenOxted Launch Event

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On Thursday 25th May, representatives from Tandridge District Council, Love Oxted BID, Surrey County Council and St William property developers launched the RegenOxted programme and consultation. More than 60 people came to see the proposals and designs, spoke to representatives and gave their feedback on the scheme.

There's still plenty of time to give your feedback on the urban redesign project and the gasholder redevelopment. You can also visit the exhibition at the Council Offices or Oxted library to view the displays and complete feedback forms.

The consultation for both projects will run until 23rd June. Your feedback will help inform the work on more detailed designs

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