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Oxford University granted planning permission for new buildings at Radcliffe Observatory Quarter

Planning permission has been granted by Oxford City Council for two of the most significant buildings on Oxford University’s Radcliffe Observatory Quarter (ROQ) – one of the biggest development projects the University has undertaken for more than a century.

The new buildings – a Mathematical Institute building, designed by Rafael Viñoly Architects, and a Humanities Building and Library, designed by Bennetts Associates – will provide cutting-edge research and teaching facilities and, in both subject areas, bring together in one place a number of centres and faculties that are currently scattered around the city.

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