Creating a vision for Oxford in 2050

Oxford has changed a lot in the last three decades. In the 1980s, the Clarendon Centre opened, Gloucester Green was redeveloped to create a new public square and Cornmarket Street had not yet been pedestrianised.

Now we’re considering what Oxford should look like in another three decades’ time – and we want your views.

Our hope is to create a vision statement for what Oxford should look like in 2050 – a document that residents, businesses and institutions in the city can sign up to, so that everyone is pulling together in one direction.

Learn more about Oxford2050

Consultation themes

Our public consultation is split into five themes. Please take the time to complete the consultation on each theme, so your views can help shape the future of your city.