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Major new office schemes planned for Cambridge Science Park

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The owner of Cambridge Science Park, Trinity Hall is planning to build three new office buildings on the site providing around 110, 000 sq ft. of new space.

Work on the scheme, which comprises three individual research office buildings providing 45,000sq ft, 35,000 sqft and 30,000 sqft, is planned to start later this year.

Paul Ffolkes Davis atTrinity Hall, Cambridge, said: “We are owners of the land and expect to structure the funding for the development using our banking relationships. We look forward to seeing a planning application lodged in the spring.”

Development Securities, which worked at Cambourne Business Park, has been appointed as development manager. Executive director Julian Barwick said: “This is an exciting scheme that is set to enhance the Cambridge Science Park offering high quality office and research space. We shall be bringing our proposals before interested occupiers in the spring and plan a start of the first building by the end of the year.”

Savills and Carter Jonas have been appointed to secure tenants and marketing for pre lets is starting. The development has been designed by Aukett Fitzroy Robinson.

Last Updated ( Thursday, 10 May 2012 17:59 )