A new company has joined the business community at Granta Park near Cambridge at the heart of the science & technology cluster. Infomedia (IFM Europe), a leading global provider of information solutions, has signed to lease around 3,000 sq ft at Riverside 1.
A £19.75 million refinance of Cambridge’s Capital Park with Santander Corporate & Commercial has been completed.
The pace of deals on Glenmore Business Park at Waterbeach has triggered a new phase of development. Having sold or let all but three of the original Phase One units, the developer is expecting work to start on site within the next month for a further 14 units. These will be delivered by the end of the year.
The ground floor of the iconic new Mills & Reeve headquarters building in Cambridge – Botanic House in Hills Road – is available to rent through Savills.
Barker Storey Matthews Cambridge has sold Premier House in Linton to Comar Optics Ltd, who specialise in optics and optomechanics for instrumentation and R & D.
Financial adviser Limetree Financial Services has taken a lease on a 1,371 sq ft office building in Histon through Barker Storey Matthews.
Lancaster Way Business Park in Ely is set to become the first digital business park in Cambridgeshire.
The affordable housing, regeneration and maintenance specialist Lovell and construction, infrastructure and design company Morgan Sindall in Cambridgeshire have contributed to a solid set of preliminary results for the year ended December 31 by parent construction and regeneration group Morgan Sindall.
Nuffield Health has been granted planning consent to build a new hospital on its Nuffield site in Trumpington Road, Cambridge.
Development Securities PLC has submitted an outline planning application for a development comprising three new office and research buildings at Cambridge Science Park on behalf of land owner, Trinity Hall.
Savills has been voted number one property advisor in the East of England by leading trade publication Estates Gazette for a third consecutive year. The firm was presented with the accolade at the annual East of England reception, which took place at the River Bar Kitchen in Cambridge.
Ridgeons in Cambridge, one of the largest independent timber and builders’ merchants in the UK, is reinforcing its commitment to sustainability with the opening of a dedicated training academy and centre of excellence.
The lack of business space development in and around Cambridge will be a challenge to the local economy this year according to Cheffins’ director Philip Woolner.
The governing body of the University of Cambridge, Regent House, has given formal approval to start the £281 million first phase of the new, £1 billion North West Cambridge development.
Cambridge University’s Computing Service is likely to be moving into the Roger Needham Building that Microsoft Research has just vacated, Business Weekly understands. The deal has yet to be confirmed but university sources believe it is as good as a done deal.
A new 3,000-space cycle park is being planned for the city centre in Cambridge.
- German energy company expands in Cambridge
- £2.05m paid for Cambridge retail investment
- SGX Sensortech relocates in Chelmsford
- Barclays millions back Cambridge housing scheme
- Microsoft Cambridge launches new era of innovation
- Cambridge college pays £7.1m for technology hub
- ‘Green’ student accommodation planned for UEA
- Cancer Research Technology unveils new Cambridge hub
- Cambridge business triggers development bonanza
- Work starts on HQ for British Society of Plant Breeders
- Plans in for £20m redevelopment of Fisons site
- Strong take up of Cambridge lab and office space
- Bidwells adds to strength of BSA team
- Goodman attracts duo to Colworth Science Park
- Carter Jonas advises at energy event in Glasgow
- Former Probation Service premises up for sale
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