Cambridge UK planning and property specialist Januarys has acquired an established Bury St. Edmunds planning consultancy to expand its offering into Suffolk.
Mathematical modelling company, Marriott Sinclair, has taken the three remaining suites within Garden Cottage at Chesterford Research Park.
Amberstone Technology – a leading supplier in the electronic security systems and solutions sector – has taken a lease on a 2,772 sq ft office building near the railway station in the South Cambridgeshire village of Shepreth.
Two of Cranfield University Technology Park’s most enterprising businesses are expanding into new offices, in a clear indication of the growing strength of the UK and regional economy around Milton Keynes and Bedfordshire.
Real estate specialists at law firm Burges Salmon have advised client Skanska on the sale of a significant development holding in Cambridge to developer Crest Nicholson for £35 million.
A proposed 31,500 sq ft innovation centre for Haverhill Research Park has been granted full planning permission.
Development company Brookgate has completed a 5,800 sq ft extension at the CB1 Business Centre in Cambridge.
In a move unprecedented in recent years, a new phase of development at Cambridge Research Park marks a confident return to spec-built projects in the area, with across the board initiatives in the creation of new corporate office and mid tech production/warehousing space.
A leading manufacturer of sensor solutions for monitoring air quality, Cambridge CMOS Sensors, has taken 8,276 sq ft on the first floor of Deanland House, Cowley Road, close to the proposed new Cambridge Science Park rail station.
Property business Cheffins, based in Cambridge UK, has broken its own auction record with sales of more than £4.5 million at its end of June sale – achieved in just 90 minutes. That’s £50k per minute!
A surge in work across all its UK divisions allied to strong overseas business has helped drive up the share price of construction firm Kier Group by 55p to 1,838 – an increase of 3.08 per cent.
Following substantial interior design and build work, Spire Cambridge Lea Hospital is set to unveil its new state-of-the-art reception and out-patient suite.
Businesses taking up office space within the UK’s various regional office markets turned a corner in 2013 with Cambridge, Oxford, Leeds and Bath all reporting take-up after much stagnation during the recession.
Property consultancy Carter Jonas has announced a trio of promotions in its Cambridge office.
Ely’s Lancaster Way Business Park continues to draw in a steady level of demand. The latest two lettings total some 4,500 sq ft of commercial space.
The Cheffins’ Eastern Counties Property Auction on June 25 features two commercial properties.
- Savills pays $260m for US firm as Americans eye Cambridge
- Planning approval for central Luton residential scheme
- Revamp plans for North Cambridge Academy submitted
- Kier milks UK frameworks bonanza
- Developers and planners must heed new ‘green’ law
- £1.3m for Norwich city centre buildings
- Cambridgeshire firm celebrates 40 years in business
- Surge in demand for freehold commercial properties
- Cambridge firm builds canal quarter trade park
- Linx builds new Cambridge HQ
- Speculative offices rolled out in Norfolk
- New Nuffield hospital build underway
- MacLean Electrical opens Norfolk base
- Retroscreen takes over Emmanuel lease from Pfizer
- ‘Develop’ property workshop prepares students
- Blinkx back with a bang in Cambridge
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