These two cities have the oldest and most prestigious Universities in the UK and all over the world. In the recent Covid 19 pandemic, it brought to light the credibly of the work done in these Cities.
The Oxford University/AstraZenaca Vaccine was developed in the laboratories of Oxford University. The manufacture of the vaccine was carried out by Pharmaceutical Giant AstraZenaca who based in Cambridge.
I looked deeper into the two academic cities and used house prices as a guide. By the turn of the century, the house prices in these two cities were average for a town outside London but these prices started to climb at the turn of the century. They were frequently the top of house price rises for the country.
Currently, Cambridge is the UK’s second most expensive city and Oxford is the fourth most expensive. Of course, London is 1st on the list. The criteria used is the price per square foot. Link 1 and Link 2.
What has brought is sudden growth to both Oxford and Cambridge? Both Universities have expanded their campus to cope with the results of their work into microelectronics, artificial intelligence, bioengineering, molecular sciences and the like.
Both cities are in this Energy trap. The hills around both Cities surround it and form an energy trap. This trap holds the energy.
In the years 2004 to 2024, this is in Period 8 where the auspicious energy comes from the Northeast. This energy trap has an opening for the energy from the Northeast to enter.
The characteristic of this energy – it enhances work on miniaturization – microelectronic or molecular science or biology.
The auspicious energy from the Northeast is held within the hills that contain the cities of Oxford and Cambridge. This explains the enhanced growth. However, the power of this auspicious energy fades away after 2024.
Therefore, I do not expect the extremely high growth of house prices to continue in these two academic cities.