Exclusive interviews with key players in the £4 billion joint venture between the University of Oxford and Legal & General (L&G) feature in the latest Oxford Report.

A further update on the delayed Cotswold Automotive Park and Mullin Museum also features along with news on shifting occupier demand in the county, a round table debate on modular construction with Morgan Sindall and news on climate change and environmental issues.

Hard copies of the publication have gone out to 500 key people in the Oxfordshire market and now Thames Tap has put it online.

It will offer a chance to hear from some of the organisations who were due to be part of OxPropFest which was due to take place on April 2 but which has been postponed until September 9.

Oxford Report is published by UK Property Forums to work alongside our events in getting useful information out to the market. Given the COVID-19 crisis and postponement of all immediate events, this is a rare opportunity to find information during these difficult times.

UK Property Forums managing director Matthew Battle said: “We have moved to working online as much as possible and we hope this will serve our contacts, readers and partners well during one of the most challenging periods many of us have ever had to face.

“The interviews and contributed articles in the Oxford Report were completed just before the crisis emerged so we hope it will offer information up to the point we had reached.

“None of us knows what the future holds in the longer term so I trust this at least offers something interesting for people while they may not be able to work as they would wish.”

Oxford Report can be downloaded at https://ukpropertyforums.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/OXFORD-REPORT-March-2020.pdf

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