Cambridge City Council at 'Science Cities'

Image - Waterbeach masterplan looking south towards Cambridge (Urban & Civic Plc / Fletcher Priest Architects on land owned by the Defence Infrastructure Organisation)

As the UK Prime Minister urges making visa applications easier for leading scientists and their families to work in the UK, we speak to the Director of Planning and Economic Development at Cambridge City Council, Stephen Kelly on creating the best environment for attracting global talent.

Stephen will be joining us in our panel discussions on science cities at our November forum in Cambridge.

He stated: 'For me the planning process is akin to adjusting a mixing desk with 100 channels. Our greatest city competitors on life sciences research are in the USA but Frankfurt, Heidelberg, Copenhagen and Lund, offer strong