UPDATE: August 21st, 2019

Register to be a stakeholder now!

Any individual or group can register to be a Highways England stakeholder for the Ox-Cam Expressway Project.

This was formally confirmed in No Expressway Group’s meeting with Highways England by Matt Stafford, Project Director for Oxford to Cambridge Expressway Project, on 30th July 2019.

Groups (EG Parish Councils, community groups etc.) can register by simply emailing - OxfordToCambridgeExpressway@highwaysengland.co.uk and asking to become a 'Stakeholder Reference Group (SRG)' for the Oxford to Cambridge Expressway project.

Individuals currently need to register using the following process - until Highways England have launched their dedicated Ox-Cam Project website. It doesn't take long and it's really important that as many of us do this as possible......

  1. Sign up to Highways England for updates using this link You are invited to become a Subscriber (don't worry, it's free!).

  2. Enter your email address and click on the ‘Submit’ button.

  3. On the next screen confirm your email address and enter/confirm a password. Check the data privacy policy box and click on the ‘Submit’ button.

  4. In the long list of options to subscribe to updates about:

    • Expand "Road Projects" option

    • Expand "East of England road projects" sub-option

    • select "Oxford to Cambridge expressway" (very near the bottom of the road projects list)

    • Scroll to the bottom of the screen and click on the Submit button

If you have any problems at all with this process, please contact us here.

We have been informed that ALL stakeholders, whether individuals or groups, will receive the same information about the consultation at the same time. Some warning will be given by email before the full expressway consultation is launched, then another email will be sent round, announcing the route options consultation launch.

So what does being a stakeholder mean?

  • Highways England will send any new information it is sharing, directly to you. E.g. when HE announce the timing and details of the consultation process later this year. HE has committed to sending this information to all registered stakeholders.

  • It's also a great way of demonstrating how interested our communities and groups are.

If you have any further questions please contact NEG here.


We urgently need your help.

Your donations are needed now, to help us run the campaign and pay for political consultants and other professional experts to bring this campaign to the attention of Westminster as well as local politicians.

No Expressway Group believes there is no need for an Oxford-Cambridge Expressway, nor the over-inflated housing targets associated with it, and we will actively campaign against it and support other organisations with the same objectives. 

Our environment is a national asset which is critical for everyone’s health and well-being. We must not let it be destroyed.

Your donations help us to spread information about the Expressway, run and build support for the campaign:

  • £10 could pay for one roadside Correx poster

  • £15 could pay for one roadside poster on a wooden stake

  • £20 could pay for one A1 printed colour poster for our pagoda display

  • £35 could pay for 250 A5 printed leaflets for the campaign

  • £70 could pay for one pole and two panels for our travelling pagoda display

  • £150 could pay for one feather flag for our travelling pagoda

  • £180 could pay to run this website for one year

  • £300 could pay for a 3 minutes of an Expressway Story

  • £500 could pay for a 5 minutes of an Expressway Story

  • A greater or other amount could contribute to the cost of professional support for our campaign in general and in preparation for Planning Inspectorate hearings

Please note:

The No Expressway Group has a group bank account to which the Chair, Secretary and Treasurer are signatories. The group will publish accounts on noexpressway.org each year which will be audited by an accountant from outside NEG.

If any funds are left at the end of the campaign, these will be donated equally between RSPB and BBOWT.