The Oxford-Cambridge Arc (O2C) is an economic region linking Oxford and Cambridge via Milton Keynes, and encompassing Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire, and Northamptonshire, forming an ‘arc’ about 80km to the north and west of London. It supports over two million jobs, adds more than £110 billion to the economy annually, and has one of the fastest-growing economies in England.
It’s no surprise that Oxford is such a popular place to live - with its historic town centre, abundance of employers and proximity to beautiful countryside, it provides some of the UK’s highest standards of living.
Due to its position in the heart of England, just 56 miles from London and under 70 miles from the coast, Oxford has long been a crossroads for merchants, workers and travellers. This has led, as it has for so many other cities with a high amount of through traffic, like Istanbul, Venice or New York, to great ethnic and cultural diversity.
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