Saturday 29th October, 1pm – 4pm, Enstone Parish Hall
Welcoming one of the greatest collections of classic cars in the world to West Oxfordshire.
The Mullin Automotive Museum will be an automotive experience, which combines the spirit and history of the British people’s love for the motorcar with their passion for the beauty of the English countryside, in a one-of-a-kind museum.
Please come to one of the public consultations on the updated proposal of the Mullin Automotive Museum, your views are welcomed.
A second event will be held at Steeple Barton – Friday 28 October, 5-8pm at Alice Marshall Hall, Kiddington Road, Middle Barton, OX7 7DT
If you are not able to attend either of the events but would like to find out more about the project, please visit our website www.themullinproject.co.uk. If you would like to contact the team directly, please call 0800 772 0475 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Public Exhibitions for the updated Mullin Project Masterplan
In May 2020, outline planning permission was granted for a new world-class classic car museum on land next to Enstone Airfield, Great Tew. Consent for the Mullin Automotive Museum opened the door for a £250m+ investment in the area and secures one of the greatest collections of classic cars in the world for West Oxfordshire.
The consented scheme includes:
• A classic car museum with three floors of exhibition space
• Associated facilities including a café, restaurant and gift shop
• A members’ club for classic car collectors with associated catering and other facilities
• Corporate entertainment pavilions
• 28 holiday homes connected with the museum for classic car owners
• An exercise and demonstration track for classic cars with a show lane building
• General storage and car workshops
• Supporting infrastructure, including internal roads, car parking and energy centre
• All within a landscaped parkland setting
The Mullin Team has been considering the detailed design needed to bring the project to life. It has updated the masterplan and is planning to submit a full planning application shortly to include the detailed design of the Mullin Museum, associated museum facilities and holiday homes.
The overall Masterplan is largely the same as the scheme that has already been approved, with changes focused on the addition of a further museum exhibition space. Changes to the location, number and size of the approved holiday homes are also proposed. The new proposals will result in a reduction in the overall scale of the Mullin development relative to the approved scheme.