What the preferred East-West rail route means for Oxbridge housing plans

The government's announcement of a preferred route for part of a proposed rail link in the Oxford-Cambridge growth corridor should help local authorities in the area to deliver more homes and meet their housing requirements, say commentators.

by Ben Kochan
Cambridge (pic: Douglas Pfeiffer Car)
Cambridge (pic: Douglas Pfeiffer Car)

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