Architectural proposals for key worker and market housing on the North West Cambridge Development have been approved by the local planning authorities.
The UK division of TER Group – worldwide distributor, trader and producer of chemical raw materials - has moved into a new administrative HQ in the Cambridge UK technology corridor.
House prices in Cambridge and the East of England have flatlined after a heady run of rises.
The completed refurbishment of the original Mill Building at the Harston Mill – home of Sagentia and other leading companies in the Cambridge science, technology and R & D sectors – sees agent Carter Jonas under instruction on a number of office suites in this location.
Property developer Brookgate has brought forward plans for a new 1.5 million sq ft business and residential park in Cambridge UK.
House prices in every East of England local authority area are now over five times the average local salary, according to new analysis published by the TUC.
The Defence Infrastructure Organisation (DIO) has appointed Urban & Civic as Development Manager for the 716-acre former RAF base at Waterbeach Barracks, Cambridgeshire.
To mark the start of construction work at the new seminar building for Robinson College Cambridge, senior tutor, Bill Nolan and facilities manager, Bill McKim have both assisted in the installation of one of the 61 piles that will support the new building.
Global integrated property group, Goodman, has bought 22 acres of land at Grange Park, Northampton, from RBS Real Estate Asset Management. No price is being disclosed for the deal.
Royston is enjoying strong demand for high quality commercial property. On Anglian Business Park, Orchard Road, the 8,300 sq ft Unit 4 has been taken by the Intertek Group plc, a multinational inspection, product testing and certification company headquartered in London.
Kier Group, the quoted construction group based in Cambridge and Sandy, has won two of the UK and Europe’s largest contracts of their kind – together worth £75 million.
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.
- Record-breaking car company Bluebird moves to Northants
- Huge rise in Eastern property deals
- Suffolk firm wins contract for £20m Warwick University project
- Largest sale in over a decade completes in Ipswich
- Waterbeach planning victory sets precedent
- Eckoh buys freehold of HQ
- Encouraging noises for property developers
- Kier taps into education sector billions
- Laing O’Rourke takes 1600 sq ft in Cambridge
- Cambridge Sensotec targets international expansion
- Largest warehouse purchase in 2014
- 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
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