Oxford sets campus plan

The University of Oxford has unveiled plans for two major buildings as part of its new Radcliffe Observatory Quarter (ROQ).

An application will be submitted to Oxford City Council later this month for the Mathematical Institute for 500 staff and 1,000 undergraduates and a humanities building providing teaching facilities for 1,500 students.

One of the largest developments at the university for more than a century, the ROQ is designed to be a cultural and academic centre for the city. The project includes restoration of the grade II listed Infirmary Building.

ROQ board chairman Anthony Monaco said: "The two projects are at the heart of our academic mission, offering state-of-the-art research, teaching and study space."

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