Non-academic publications

Report of Discussion: The University response to the climate crisis beyond divestment 8 October 2019

Deputy Vice-Chancellor, as a Regent I focused on transport as this is an area where my eleven years of experience of the University showed me there was plenty of room for improvement. Working with staff in Estate Management I discovered that some of …

DRAFT: University of Cambridge – Walking and cycling transport strategy

By 2028 we shall substantially increase the proportion of journeys made to and within work by Cambridge staff that are made on foot or by cycle. Specifically, we aim to increase the proportion of staff journeys made by walking and cycling within the …

Campaigning for Safer Routes to School

Members of the Eddington and Girton Safer Cycling and Walking group describe their work over the past few years.

New Ideas for Safer Streets

If it was more difficult to travel by car between different areas of the city, we could make it easier to get about on foot or by cycle. Daniel Thomas presents 10 ideas to close off the rat runs.

Report of Discussion: The future of the Investment Office Tuesday, 5 February 2019

Deputy Vice-Chancellor, in Professor N. J. Gay’s remarks at the Discussion of the ‘Annual Report of the Council for the academic year 2017–18’1 on 22 January 2019 he said

Report of Discussion: Annual Report of the Council for the academic year 2017–18, dated 19 November 2018. Tuesday, 22 January 2019

Deputy Vice-Chancellor, in the Annual Report of the Council for the academic year 2017–18 it states: The Council also noted that the NWCD team successfully negotiated with the local authority to agree refinements to the rental model of the …

Report of Discussion: Report of the Council, dated 10 December 2018, on the age limit on membership of the Regent House and other related matters. Tuesday, 22 January 2019

Deputy Vice-Chancellor, the removal of the requirement for continuous service and the grandfathering of existing members of the Regent House is welcome. However, the proposed strategy for people to indicate they have three years non-continuous …

Report of Discussion: Reports and Financial Statements for the year ended 31 July 2018. Tuesday, 22 January 2019

Deputy Vice-Chancellor, in the Financial review it states of the Eddington development: Phase 1 involved a peak cumulative investment by the University approaching £380m in 2017–18, as the bulk of rental income streams began. However, it does not …

Report of Discussion: Grace 3 of 10 May 2018 (proposed University nursery building). Tuesday, 12 June 2018

Deputy Vice-Chancellor, this is an exceptional situation. The normal procedure for approval of Reports is that they are published, there is a Discussion, the Council responds to the Discussion and proposes a Grace to pass the Report with any …

Report of Discussion: Report of the Council, dated 18 April 2018, on a new University nursery building. Tuesday, 1 May 2018

Deputy Vice-Chancellor, the University’s current nurseries are excellent and so this plan to provide an additional nursery is another important step towards addressing the long waiting list. The current nurseries operated by Childbase provide an …