The former headquarters of Lola Cars comprising a self-contained modern factory with offices is on the market through joint agents Barford + Co and Barker Storey Matthews.
Iconic new business properties are changing the Cambridge skyline and were in hot competition in a building design beauty contest.
Changes to the town planning system arising from the introduction in 2010 of the National Planning Policy Framework, have led to an increase in the demand from residential developers for vacant office buildings, reports Barford + Co.
Cambridge and Norwich architect Feilden+Mawson was runner-up in a prestigious high-profile international competition to design a £2m visitor centre for the ambitious Cambridge Great Fen project. The contest attracted over 200 entries.
Cambridge UK legal business Birketts has signed up to take over 15,000 sq ft of offices at Brookgate’s CB1 development and has now quadrupled its space in the technology cluster in the last six years.
Three new lettings at Ely’s Lancaster Way Business Park have expanded the scheme’s innovation and R & D credentials, says Cheffins.
Construction and infrastructure company Morgan Sindall has started work on a £3.3 million extension project at The Perse Upper School in Cambridge.
An award winning architect’s practice has moved into e-space North in Cambridgeshire as the firm looks to expand.
Carter Jonas has been awarded a place on the Government Procurement Service’s (GPS) Framework Agreement RM928 for Estates Professional Services for the supply of property consultancy services.
International Audio Group (IAG) has completed the purchase of Unit 13, Glebe Road, St Peter’s Road Industrial Estate, Huntingdon.
Seventy per cent of Cambridge office demand is from existing occupiers already based in the city, the latest quarterly analysis from Bidwells reveals.
Cambridge is in the front line of a UK campaign to build dedicated ‘schools for technology’ that hothouse new generations of scientists and engineers.
A consultancy that has spent over 30 years accelerating the growth of companies in the Cambridge technology cluster has moved to a new HQ near the Science Park to accommodate its own expansion in the UK and internationally.
Food manufacturer and owner of several UK household food brands such as the New Covent Garden Soup Co and Hartley’s, the Hain Daniels Group has taken a lease on an office suite at Enterprise House on Vision Park, Histon through Carter Jonas’s Cambridge agency.
Marble Product Design has bought 1,775 sq ft of offices at Station Court, Great Shelford, which is one of three self-contained office units in a courtyard style office development adjacent to the mainline rail station.
Cambridge architectural metal and flat roofing design and installation company, T R Freeman, raised the roof as it celebrated a hat-trick at the Kalzip Teamkal Awards 2013 for the roofing industry.
- Fengate East development is half full
- Trust to be formed for innovation centre push
- Contractors in tender bidding for Enterprise Zone
- Auctions in East Anglia still hot property
- Rosie Hospital on RIBA shortlist
- Illumina takes extra facilities at Chesterford
- Key milestone for Northstowe
- £40m TWI expansion given the green light
- Infomedia takes 3,000 sq ft at Granta Park
- Business park clinches £19.75m refinancing
- Demand sparks new Glenmore development
- Take the floor at iconic city building
- Optics firm pays £850k for headquarters
- Limetree takes Histon offices
- Lancaster Way celebrates digital first
- Morgan Sindall reports strong preliminary results
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