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The latest news forwarded by Mary Sarre includes details of the Group’s activity between March and October and of up-coming virtual meetings which are open to the public.
There are two free webinars with opportunity for Q/A:
On Tuesday, 17th November from 1200 to 1330hrs the Arc Leadership Group (ALG, under the Ministry of Housing Communities and Local Government, MHCLG) will hold a virtual meeting on “The Oxford-Cambridge Arc: A global asset and national investment priority”
For a few more details, and to register, please use this link: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/3626036926728955916
Before the meeting, you may like to read the ALG’s “The Oxford-Cambridge Arc: Economic Prospectus” document that you can find here: https://www.semlep.com/modules/downloads/download.php?file_name=2132
On Friday 20th November from 1330 to 1430hrs the Arc Universities Group (AUG) will hold a virtual meeting on “Building a green economic region: the environmental ambitions of the AUG”
For a few more details, and to register, please use this link:
The Arc Universities’ Group home page is here: http://arcuniversities.co.uk/
Linda Murphy / Mary Sarre
The map shows the “preferred corridor” announced by Highways England in September 2018. No final decision on the route has yet been taken.