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Following the closure of the Tinbergen Building in February, a University-wide steering group was asked to explore options for the building and recommend a long-term solution. At the beginning of July, the group unanimously recommended the demolition and replacement of the Tinbergen Building with a new facility.  

Support for the creation of a new home for Experimental Psychology on a redeveloped Tinbergen site is a strong expression of the University’s commitment to sustain two world-class departments through this challenging time.

In addition, Oxford City Council’s planning committee has resolved to approve planning applications for a modular building at the Radcliffe Observatory Quarter (ROQ) site. One two-storey modular building will go on the Walton Street side of the ROQ site and will house research and administration for the Department of Experimental Psychology (EP).

Full details of the announcement are available here.