Lack of spatial plan threatens Oxbridge growth corridor ambitions, says report

A lack of joined-up planning in the Oxford-Cambridge growth arc could hinder the government's aim of delivering one million homes in the area, according to a report by consultancy Savills.

by Coln Marrs
Oxford needs a wider range of new housing tenures, says report. Image by Tejvan Pettinger, Flickr
Oxford needs a wider range of new housing tenures, says report. Image by Tejvan Pettinger, Flickr

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