The National Infrastructure Commission's interim report into the Cambridge – Milton Keynes – Oxford corridor
Interim findings on maximising the potential of the Cambridge – Milton Keynes – Oxford corridor as a single, knowledge-intensive cluster.
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In March 2016, the National Infrastructure Commission was asked to consider how to maximise the potential of the Cambridge – Milton Keynes – Oxford corridor as a single, knowledge-intensive cluster that competes on a global stage, protecting the area’s high quality environment, and securing the homes and jobs that the area needs.
The Commission’s central finding is that a lack of sufficient and suitable housing presents a fundamental risk to the success of this area. Without a joined-up plan for housing, jobs and infrastructure across the corridor, it will be left behind its international competitors. By providing the foundations for such a strategy, new east-west transport links present a once in a generation opportunity to secure the area’s future success.
Published: 16 November 2016
Updated: 20 March 2017
- Updated with economic, transport, property market and funding and investment analysis, phase 1 call for evidence responses, and data submitted by Local Enterprise Partnerships.
- First published.