Barford + Co has announced the acquisition of an investment at 12 Ramsay Court, Hinchingbrooke Business Park, Huntingdon on behalf of a private client.
The East of England accounted for nearly half the total value of industrial construction contracts across the UK in July.
Cambridge’s booming office market continues to be a major draw for tenants and investors alike as the sector builds on a record-breaking year of activity, according to UK property consultancy Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH).
UK commercial property developers are increasingly looking to regions such as Cambridge and the East of England, rather than London, for new build projects.
Global brand and technology giant Henkel has combined three of its operations under one roof in a purpose designed multi-million pound, 36,000 sq ft building in Hemel Hempstead.
Four businesses are on the move to Northamptonshire thanks to an innovative inward investment marketing campaign that incentivises businesses to relocate to the county with the offer of a LOCATE grant of up to £20,000 funded by Northamptonshire County Council (NCC).
The honeypot of the Cambridge technology sector has helped drive commercial property investment in the UK’s East of England to region to a new high.
Independent property, construction and infrastructure consultancy Pick Everard, which has a base in Bury St Edmunds, has secured a contract to deliver a new cutting-edge £20 million scheme at the University of Warwick.
Savills, on behalf of Landmark Properties, has sold the vacant freehold of 53 - 65 Whitehouse Road, Ipswich to Perrin Group Holdings Limited, which has promised to create extra jobs through the move.
Januarys has won planning permission for a housing development in Waterbeach. The landmark decision could result in significant further housing consents being allowed in South Cambridgeshire.
Eckoh plc, a global provider of secure payment products and customer service solutions, has reached agreement to acquire the freehold of its existing Hemel Hempstead head office for £2.9 million.
Property developers would be forgiven for thinking that, to date, the law in England has shown itself to be, at best, inflexible and, at worst, restrictive when it comes to balancing the need to realise commercial development projects designed to boost the economy on the one hand, against the rights of individuals to enjoy their homes on the other.
UK construction services group Kier is cashing in on huge spend in the education sector.
International engineering and construction group Laing O’Rourke, has taken 1.600 sq ft of offices at Clifton Court in Cambridge from which to manage a series of contracts being carried out in the area.
An ambitious Cambridgeshire company which manufactures and distributes gas analysers around the world is expanding its operations as it eyes international growth.
Bidwells has advised on the largest warehouse purchase in the eastern region so far this year. Acting on behalf of Clearbell Capital LLP they have acquired Peterbro 80 and Peterbro 200 at Orton Southgate Industrial Park, Peterborough.
- Region’s construction boom could see 34,000 new jobs in five years
- Abzena completes Babraham relocation
- Cambridge University projects boost Morgan Sindall Group
- Houses sell faster in Cambridge than elsewhere in UK
- Acquisition adds Suffolk punch to property offering
- Mathematical modelling company takes Chesterford space
- Railside office for security technology company
- Business boom at Cranfield Technology Park
- Skanska sells Cambridge land for £35 million
- Innovation centre gets go-ahead at Haverhill Research hub
- Property boost for Cambridge SMEs
- Green light for new build at Cambridge Research Park
- Cambridge CMOS Sensors takes space near new station
- Property auction frenzy raises £4.5m at £50k a minute
- Kier become pilots of the Caribbean
- Major revamp at Spire Cambridge Lea Hospital
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