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Telecoms firm moves to IQ Cambridge

Telecoms firm moves to IQ Cambridge

Telecoms services firm , LCC International has taken a lease on a new 2,500 sq ft premises at IQ Cambridge.

The move will enable it to expand its core business of providing turnkey services to wireless operators around the globe.

“We were particularly attracted to IQ Cambridge because of the speed with which the landlords, SEGRO, were able to fit out the office accommodation to our specific requirements” said Paul Drayton, director of LCC, “and because of the flexible terms they were able to offer us under their Easilease scheme.”

“Another key consideration was ease of access to the park for our staff and clients, especially the convenience of the dedicated shuttlebus service to Waterbeach station and into Cambridge”.IQ Cambridge is a 112 acre high tech / R&D park with landscaped grounds and feature lakes, located on the A10 with fast access to the A14 and M11, and provides allocated parking and on-site amenities including the a café/bar and conference centre. 

Office/R&D space is available on the park from just 262 sq ft in size. 

Last Updated ( Thursday, 09 July 2009 09:56 )

 

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