The Varsity Line is a new East-West Rail line between Oxford and Cambridge, which is due to be completed by the year 2030. This rail link is part of a bigger transport and infrastructure initiative underway in the Cambridge-Milton Keynes-Oxford (CaMkOx) corridor.
The CaMkOx vision must tell a new story about the region, building on its strengths and positioning a competitive and compelling brand in the minds of global investors, Bidwells latest CaMkOx research paper argues.
The Private Rented Sector (PRS) is a classification of housing in the UK. The basic Private Rented Sector definition is property owned by a landlord and leased to a tenant. The landlord, in this case, could be an individual, a property company or an institutional investor.
Capital Park is a specialised office park focused on providing workspaces for high-growth businesses. The park is located in Fulbourn, close to the centre of Cambridge, a town known for its prestigious university and dynamic skilled workforce.
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The East West Rail Link, also called the Varsity Line, is the railway route that once linked Oxford and Cambridge. It allowed for quick and easy travel between the two university towns, and also provided easy access to Milton Keynes.
A compulsory purchase order (CPO) is a legal process that allows acquiring authorities (including public and private bodies) to require those with interest in property, e.g. owners and occupiers, to sell their interests if they obstruct any development or infrastructure project that benefits the ‘greater public good’.
The Oxford to Cambridge Expressway is a proposed dual carriageway set to run between Oxford and Cambridge via Milton Keynes. The objective is to allow for faster travel between these towns. The expressway has the potential to have a big impact on the ‘Golden Triangle’ of London, Oxford and Cambridge.