Paper Downloads


Paper Downloads


Housing and Economic Growth in Milton Keynes Report:

This report is by Anthony Breach from Centre for Cities; it looks at housing and why it’s important to city economies.
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Bidwells Varsity Line Report:

Bidwell’s views on infrastructure.
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Cambridge Milton Keynes Oxford Interim Report:

Interim findings on maximising the potential of the Cambridge – Milton Keynes – Oxford Corridor as a single, knowledge-intensive cluster.
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Fast Growth Cities Report:

This report looks at the economic contribution of the Fast Growth Cities to the UK. Cambridge, Oxford and Milton Keynes form part of The Fast Growth Cities group.
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Milton Keynes Futures 2050 Commission Report:

Provides a strong starting point for a constructive debate throughout Milton Keynes about the future of the city.
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NIC Property Market Report:

Reviews the residential and commercial property markets within the Cambridge, Milton Keynes, Oxford and Northampton Corridor.
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NIC Partnering for Prosperity Report:

The National Infrastructure Commission’s report makes recommendations for securing the Arc’s long-term economic success, delivering improved infrastructure and new homes.
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NIC New Report - Recommendations

A list of recommendations announced in Te National Infrastructure Commission’s new report on 17 November 2017 
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Northamptonshire Arc:

Provides the strategic context for future plans and investment in Northamptonshire.
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Oxford to Cambridge Expressway Strategic Study:

Investigate the case for linking existing roads and creating an Oxford to Cambridge Expressway.
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Silverstone Cluster Report:

Investigates the existence and character of the high performance technology and motorsport (HPTM) cluster in the area around Silverstone.
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Oxford to Cambridge expressway strategic study- stage 3 report:

Outlines the high level case for a strategic link to connect the cities. This study also proposes three options to complete the ‘missing link’ between the M1 and the M40.
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