JWT’s Phyllis Starkey talks to Phil Gayle about the boatyard Consultation (2.19 mins in)

JWT’s Phyllis Starkey talks to Phil Gayle about the boatyard Consultation (2.19 mins in) Johnny Sandleson, the owner is also on briefly at 3 mins


Public Consultations for Jericho Wharf site to start on February 7th

Plans for Jericho canal-side site This is a rough sketch of the new proposals. More images will become available next week. January 30 2014 New proposals are about to be presented for the Castlemill boatyard land in Jericho. As you may already know, a private equity fund, the Strategic Iconic Assets Heritage Acquisition Fund (SIAHAF), is purchasing the land and
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Jericho Boatyard Site Acquired

  In October, 2013 the company Strategic Iconic Assets Heritage Acquisition Fund (SIAHAF), acquired the Jericho Wharf site. This is the same company that is developing Grantham House in Jericho.  They are expected to complete early in the New Year. With this in mind they are paying for plans to be drawn up for the site by the architects Howarth
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Jericho Canalside Development Brief: Supplementary Planning Document

Progress is being made! Have a look at the summary of the new Supplementary Planning Document on the Jericho Community Association’s website: http://www.jerichocentre.org.uk/news/news_item/canalside-blueprint  Download the full PDF from the Jericho Wharf Trust website: http://www.jerichowharf.com/images/documents/Jericho-Canalside-SPD-Draft.pdf And have a read of the leader article in the Oxford Times (05/09/13): http://www.oxfordtimes.co.uk/news/opinions/leader/10654278.Shared_vision/

SPD notice

Jericho Boatyard “City Council are just starting to produce a Supplementary Planning Document for the Jericho Boatyard site. We are moving quite rapidly with producing this which will set some design parameters for the development of the site. Such as what size and location of boatyard and community centre, location of housing, position of bridge, heights of buildings etc.”  We
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JCBY AGM Elects 4 New Directors.

Matt Morton generously chaired the March AGM. As 9 directors stood for 9 directors’ posts, a process swiftly brought Bruce, Hugh, Rufus and Sam to the board with previous directors Carole, Ed, Eli, Mark and Steve. The usual reports were received, followed by Stephanie’s presentation on the self build idea. Other discussions followed, the last being DIY provision. Copious thanks
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