GHVDC Statement regarding commercial units

GHVDC Statement 6 Nov 2020:-

“We have no secured tenants for any of the commercial spaces at present but we continue to market the spaces.  We have a number of interested parties in a coffee facility within Block E,  continue to have strong interest in the local store which will be delivered in conjunction with Block A apartments and managing enquiries relating to the nursery.

Like many developments, COVID-19 has had an impact including reduced number of commercial enquiries/viabilities of certain types of businesses to start up and our occupation rates are less than planned.  This has resulted in a drop off in enquiries for the remaining retail and pub sites, so like any business we will continue to review our options regarding use and timescales for the development.

GHVDC will continue to provide updates as and when we have information to share via the residents newsletter and liaison meeting with the Graven Hill Residents’ Group.”

Proposed pedestrian / cycle route Graven Hill to Tesco Extra / Bicester Avenue

OCC have stated:- “we have appointed consultants to review options and they are currently looking in detail at the potential to use an existing railway underbridge to get the route across the railway as a new pedestrian/cycle overbridge will be much more difficult to deliver. Once we have their detailed report we will undertake some consultation with stakeholders which will of course include Graven Hill residents.  We anticipate that this will be in November/December.”

Colour in the House!

GRAVEN HILL COMMUNITY HOUSE IS NOW OPEN!
Limited to a maximum of 5 people per booking (Covid-19 measures).
Colour in the house and add your own style! Don’t forget to write your name once you have finished. Each picture posted through the letterbox of 103 Graven Hill Road will be displayed in the window.
You can book the house by emailing Lesley.Montague@communityfirstoxon.org
We look forward to seeing all the colourful pictures!!

Colouring poster.pdf

Graven Hill Community House

The Graven Hill Community House is now open for a maximum of 5 people in a room! If you are working at home and need some quiet time to work, the House has some room for you to work there. This is FREE for Graven Hill residents! With COVID-19 in mind, there are three usable rooms in the house. If you are interested in using the house or want to have a look around, then please contact Lesley Montague (Community Development Worker, CommunityFirst)