The Oxford Cambridge Innovation Arc

Seen as one of the greatest opportunities for economic growth in Europe, the arc is home to 3.7 million people, generates over 1 million jobs and productivity is 2.6% higher than the UK average. This latest report from Savills looks at the real estate needed to unlock the arc’s potential. This includes an additional 9.3 million sq ft of commercial space and 23,000 hectares of land for residential development by 2050. Download the full report here.

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Nebula’s sustainable timber beams rise out of the ground

Nebula’s sustainable timber beams rise out of the ground

Drone footage at Milton Park shows construction is well underway on Nebula, a £40m research and development (R&D) scheme.   Following a ground-breaking ceremony with Science Minister Andrew Griffith MP earlier in the year, a drone fly-through shows one of the...

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Oxford to Cambridge SIT Premises Business Survey

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...

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Oxford North tops out and unveils new park name

Oxford North tops out and unveils new park name

Oxford North, the new innovation district in Oxford, has reached its highest point in construction and topped out its first phase with the Red Hall’s new cantilever roof lowered into place, and two new lab buildings' steel frames completed.   Oxford North is the...

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