The councillors welcome the government’s commitment to engage with and consult local communities on its thinking around the future for the Oxford to Cambridge Arc.
This public consultation is the first of three that enable people who live, work, and have an interest in the area to make their voices heard on the long-term development of the area.
Construction of the Oxford to Cambridge expressway has been cancelled as analysis shows the benefits the road would deliver are outweighed by its costs.
The spatial framework plan will help to create thousands of jobs, drive investment, protect and enhance the environment, and provide the infrastructure and beautiful new places needed to make the area.
LEPs, universities and local government leaders have unveiled a bold and ambitious vision in a new economic prospectus submitted to Government.
The Oxford to Cambridge Expressway is a proposed grade-separated dual carriageway between Oxford and Cambridge via (or near) Milton Keynes.
The Oxford-Cambridge Arc is of vital economic importance in the UK and is home to leading international universities and science and technology companies.
Independent group publishes a report highlighting concerns about influential role unelected bodies have in proposals for future development in Oxfordshire.
The ‘Oxford-Cambridge Arc’ has the potential to create up to 1.1 million new jobs by 2050 if the required new infrastructure is delivered, according to new research from Savills.
Oxfordshire County Council will not support plans for the Oxford-Cambridge Expressway over concerns it conflicts with a commitment to tackle the climate change emergency.
Property chiefs are calling for the creation of an Olympics-style body to deliver the homes and infrastructure needed to create the Oxford-Cambridge Arc