Gove sets out plans for new urban quarter in Cambridge in regeneration strategy


Source: Daniel Gayne

Consultation on reforming local plans among measures to remove supply bottleneck

The housing secretary has announced plans for a huge expansion of the urban realm in Cambridge as part of a government plan to densify the UK’s cities.

Speaking in Kings Cross at the launch of his new “long-term housing strategy”, Michael Gove revealed that he had appointed Homes England chair Peter Freeman to lead a new Cambridge Delivery Group, backed by £5m, which will scope work for a major redevelopment of the UK’s tech capital.

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