Developers of Oxford-Cambridge arc learn from 2012 Olympics delivery authority

Developers of Oxford-Cambridge arc learn from 2012 Olympics delivery authority

People looking at planning for new housing


Some of Britain’s biggest property companies want an Olympics-style delivery body to be set up to stop political deadlock hampering development in the area between Oxford and Cambridge.

Chief executives from 25 companies, including Barratt Developments, Legal & General and Grosvenor, have proposed the creation of a body responsible for delivering housing and infrastructure within the area known as the “Oxford-Cambridge arc”.

The area is a hub for science and technology businesses, but there are concerns that a lack of housing, workspace and suitable infrastructure could stifle growth.

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