Bidwells’ plans for growth in 2020 are largely being driven by the government’s Oxford-Cambridge Arc proposals. Seven new planners and 12 promotions have boosted Bidwells’ award-winning planning team as it continues growing to meet the increase in client interest in the Arc.
People buying or selling a home with Bidwells are set to enjoy ‘the most welcoming visitor experience in Cambridge’ after the 180-year-old property consultancy revealed plans for a new Trumpington home for its estate agency business.
More than 550 science and technology researchers, architects, conservation groups, university vice-chancellors, local councillors and businesses, civil servants and property industry leaders convened at The Francis Crick Institute this week (Nov 26) for our 2019 Oxford-Cambridge Arc Conference in partnership with EG.
Property chiefs are calling for the creation of an Olympic-style body to deliver the homes and infrastructure needed to create a supercluster within the Oxford-Cambridge Arc, warning that a lack of new housing, workspace and suitable infrastructure threatens to stifle growth in the region by pricing out talent and businesses.
Cambridge’s first purpose-built mosque - project led and planned by Bidwells - has won the Royal Town Planning Institute (RTPI) East of England Regional Awards, the British Construction Industry Awards (BCIA), and the Structural Timber Awards