the oxford-cambridge arc

The Oxford-Cambridge Arc is one the most exciting economic growth opportunities in the world.

As a key economic priority, government, the private sector and the community need to work towards a shared vision for the area and the UK.

Bidwells and Estates Gazette (EG) share the latest information and guidance on where this initiative is now, and how to boost prosperity for all.

Join us on 26 November at the Francis Crick Institute.

26th November 2019
08:15 - 14:00
The Francis Crick Institute,
1 Midland Road,
London, NW1 1AT



 Speakers include:

  • Dr Veronique Birault: Director of Translation, Francis Crick Institute

  • Sarah Greenwood: Head of Strategic Growth, Homes England

  • Sarah Haywood: Managing Director, Advanced Oxford

  • Professor Sir John Bell, Regius Professor of Medicine, University of Oxford

  • Roland Bull, Partner, Head of Rural Investment, Cambridge/Norwich, Bidwells

  • James Scott, Director of Planning & Communications, Urban & Civic


 The conference will focus on:

  • How are the Universities collaborating create environments that will maintain the UK as a leading global centre for science and innovation?

  • How best to ensure local participation and democratic accountability?

  • How will the Oxford-Cambridge Arc attract the necessary people and talent to achieve growth?

  • In the light of needed expansion and climate change obligations, how do we balance growth requirements whilst retaining the value of green space? What investment is necessary to deliver an environmental net gain?

  • How will collaboration across the public, charitable and educational sectors assist in advancing science & innovation?

  • As a showroom for world-class research, innovation and technology, the Oxford-Cambridge Arc represents the best of Britain.  What is the economic vision for the region? And how does this compare to growth opportunities globally?


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