Teddy Hall is delighted to share a new video about our Norham St Edmund project: a 127-bedroom development in North Oxford, adjacent to Oxford University Parks, to provide homes for our undergraduates and postgraduate students.

The College is constructing an environmentally sustainable exemplar with three new Passivhaus buildings: the Villa, Park House and West House and remodelling the 1874 Victorian villa at Number 17 Norham Gardens which borders University Parks. There will also be five beautifully landscaped and biodiverse gardens with an ecology pond in the space behind Number 19.

In this video, you can hear more about this transformational project for the Hall from our students, alumni, the award-winning Architect Wright & Wright and our Principal, Professor Baroness Willis, CBE.

The development will house undergraduates and postgraduates in separate buildings within the site, nurturing social interaction and wellbeing between both communities.

There will be:

  • 127 student bedrooms; 120 are en-suite, five accessible and one ambulant disabled
  • Five landscaped gardens
  • Ecology pond & green roofs
  • Undergraduate common room
  • Postgraduate common room
  • Reception area to provide artwork exhibition space
  • Stunning views of Oxford University Parks

Together with college investment and alumni philanthropy, the Hall is creating the next generation of sustainable buildings and community at St Edmund Hall.

Find out more on our HALLmarks Campaign website, the £50 million campaign for the Hall.

If you would like to support this project, please make your mark or contact Fellow and Director of Development, Andrew Vivian at andrew.vivian@seh.ox.ac.uk.