Oxford to Cambridge SIT Premises Business Survey

The Oxford to Cambridge pan-Regional Partnership (OCPRP) invites you to participate in an important survey aimed at understanding the needs and preferences of businesses within the Science, Innovation, and Technology (SIT) sectors across the Oxford to Cambridge region.

This strategic study, conducted by Iceni Projects in collaboration with Carter Jonas and HDR Inc, seeks to evaluate the supply, availability, and quality of SIT premises within Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Milton Keynes, Northamptonshire, Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire, and Peterborough.

SIT encompasses a broad range of innovative activities, including:

  • Life sciences
  • Digital and creative industries
  • Future energy solutions
  • Future mobility technologies
  • Agritech advancements
  • Quantum computing
  • Space exploration technologies
  • Robotics
  • Artificial Intelligence (AI)

The survey aims to gather insights into business preferences regarding the characteristics and locations of SIT premises. Your feedback will help in identifying the conditions and opportunities for the long-term growth and development of the SIT sector. By participating, you will help ensure that the availability, location, and infrastructure of SIT premises meet the needs of businesses and do not impede growth.

Click here to start the survey and share your valuable insights.

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