Fast growing Cyted takes space at Hinchingbrooke Business Park
An office building on Falcon Road in Huntingdon has been let by Eddisons to medical diagnostic company Cyted Ltd.
The 7,278 sq ft, three storey office building is on Hinchingbrooke Business Park, two miles north west of Huntingdon town centre. The park is home to a range of office and light industrial occupiers including Anglian Water, Cambridge Health Authority (NHS) and Kitchen Range Foods; there is also a Marriott Hotel on the park.
Cyted bolted on key laboratory and digital pathology technology with a shrewd acquisition within the UK’s leading life science cluster at the back end of last year. The company, which provides artificial intelligence technology and digital diagnostic infrastructure to enable earlier detection of disease, paid an undisclosed sum for Pathognomics Limited. The Huntingdon business provides digital pathology and clinical diagnostic laboratory services.
Richard Adam, director, Eddisons said: “Quality business space in Huntingdon, such as that on Hinchingbrooke Business Park, sees the town well placed now in the much improved A14 corridor to Cambridge.
“Huntingdon is now presenting itself to a genre of business occupiers, such as scientific and technology R & D or high profile office operators who, historically, may have looked to Cambridge and its satellite business parks more than to Huntingdon to satisfy their property requirements.”
In March of this year Cyted revealed that its platform had been chosen as one of 12 UK innovators to scale across England’s NHS with support from the NHS Innovation Accelerator.