A Scottish onshore and offshore electrical material supply company has opened for business on Gorleston’s Beacon Park – creating an additional nine jobs and enabling it to service southern North Sea clients from Norfolk, rather than from Aberdeen.
Chesterford Research Park has confirmed that antiviral research company, Retroscreen Virology has completed a deal to assign the entire Emmanuel building from current occupiers, Pfizer.
University of Cambridge postgrads addressed the shortage of student housing in the city at a special workshop delivered by a young team of property experts.
Internet media platform Blinkx has taken a long term deal on new space in Cambridge UK.
Barford + Co has secured a buyer for The Maltings in St Neots having brought the property to the market less than a month before. The Maltings is a Grade II listed property with the main Oast House being a Scheduled Ancient Monument.
National housing and regeneration specialist, Keepmoat has made its second major appointment in the East of England in just four weeks.
The largest speculative office scheme in Cambridge and one of the most significant in the UK outside London has been guaranteed in a blockbusting £80 million deal.
The transformation of a 1980s office building into a high quality care and nursing home is progressing at speed as contractor, Wates, prepares to embark on the second phase of the development on Pegs Lane in Hertford.
Construction has started on a 42,000 sq ft R & D building pre-let to Takeda Cambridge Limited at 430 Cambridge Science Park. Work is due to be completed in April 2015.
CCLA Investment Management Ltd, advised by Bidwells, has acquired a 123,000 sq ft freehold warehouse in Peterborough which is home to Ideal Shopping Direct Limited, the UK’s leading multi-channel home shopping company.
The former Park and Ride site at Cowley Rd, Cambridge is available to let.
Royston Labels has bought a 60,000 sq ft production and warehouse complex, which was on the market for around £1.5million with agents Cheffins and Brown and Lee.
Paul Sheffield is stepping down as Chief Executive of Kier plc at the end of June 2014 and will be succeeded by current Group Finance Director, Haydn Mursell.
Heavy building materials specialist Keyline has named its Milton Keynes operation as ‘Branch of the Year’.
Parcel delivery company, DPD has invested in a new 37,000 sq ft purpose built depot in Peterborough, which will create 50 new jobs when fully operational.
Homerton College has received approval from Cambridge City Council for a £60 million development next to its site on Hills Road at the heart of the UK’s technology capital.
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- New kings of the Castle sought
- Newmarket property goes at a gallop
- The Bidwells Guide to the Galaxy
- 30 jobs created in Huntingdon
- £33m Scotland Yard contract for BAM
- Cambridge business park sold for £28.5m
- Business Weekly New Year Honours: Property Professionals
- Contractor chosen for £12.9m Nuffield hospital
- Cambridge station zone revamp fast-tracked
- Construction firm moves to Cambridge
- East of England leads UK construction spree
- Investment reflects property upsurge
- Investors pay millions for slice of Cambridge
- Carter Jonas expands energy and marine team
- Former PDX home on the market
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