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CAMBRIDGE INNOVATION PARK L


ooking for office space in Cambridge? Why not choose Cambridge Innovation


Park at Waterbeach, Cambridge. The Park combines superb quality office space with a vibrant, innovative park community – the ideal environment from which businesses can flourish and grow, whilst enjoying a good work/life balance.


The secure 10-acre site is currently home to over 40 companies. Current occupiers are particularly attracted to the flexible nature of the office space and the extensive communal areas that allow for networking, co-working and idea sharing. There are two buildings on the Park; Stirling House and Blenheim House. Stirling House offers fully serviced offices from 200 sq.ft upwards - the ideal start up space. It is spacious and airy with lots of natural daylight. A particular feature is the Atrium – a communal area where tenants are encouraged to get together and meet over coffee or something to eat, all provided by the in-house café.


The newly constructed Blenheim House offers flexible, modular, serviced office space from 1,000 to 8,000 sq.ft and is ideal for growing companies. Each office is built to high specifications and has their own front door, kitchenette and toilet facilities.


The Park believes in providing its tenants with a ‘better working lifestyle’ and therefore, offers on-site gym, spa, beauty salon, wine bar & bistro, café, business incubator and coming in 2019; day nursery. The Park also benefits from: • Ultra-fast fibre offering up to 100 gbps • Ample free car parking • Concierge • Electric car charging points


CAMBRIDGE – A CITY OF CONSIDERABLE MAGIC


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ambridge and the area around it (“Greater Cambridge”) is home to a vibrant innovation eco-system known as the Cambridge Cluster which is based on world-leading research and the most highly-skilled workforce in the UK. The area has seen stunning levels of business growth in recent years, and remains critically important to the future success of the UK national economy.


Cambridge is currently the fastest growing city in the UK,


and is forecast to remain so into 2018. It has grown by over 7% per year, in jobs and company revenues for each of the years 2010-2015. Greater Cambridge (comprising South Cambridgeshire and Cambridge) hosts research institutes and businesses that are globally competitive and the Cambridge brand is known around the world. It is strong in the knowledge-intensive sectors that will be central to addressing national ‘grand challenges’ set out in the Government’s Industrial Strategy. Businesses are drawn to the area not only by the clustering of highly successful firms and the partnership with researchers but also by the rich cultural offer in the historic city, and the exceptional quality of life provided in both the city and the surrounding villages


Cambridge has a uniquely supportive innovation eco-system


that grows businesses from start-up and has good sources of entrepreneurs, business support (for soft start micro businesses), academic support (for university intellectual property and spinouts), smart funding and professional services support. Over 16,000 knowledge-intensive businesses have been started in Greater Cambridge and the commercial culture encourages success.


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nvestSK, the inward investment specialists for South Kesteven, has been tasked with supporting local companies to grow, marketing the district to new businesses, driving physical regeneration projects, and leading the local skills agenda so businesses have the workforce they need. The highly experienced team at InvestSK is focused on creating jobs and boosting prosperity within South Kesteven. South Kesteven is a thriving region, within the East Midlands, offering great opportunities for local, national and international businesses. The district is home to 140,000 people and encompasses Grantham (70 minutes to London or 68 minutes to Leeds by train), Stamford (located on the A1 motorway), The Deepings (only 8 miles from Peterborough) and Bourne (16 miles from Peterborough).


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InvestSK work with local businesses to provide support and sign- posting, discuss barriers to growth and talk through opportunities and challenges to identify common issues and tackle their areas of concern. The new Business Hive zone on the InvestSK website provides a free online community for local businesses to showcase their activities and promote themselves to the world. ‘It’s not just a great place to do business, it is also a great place to


live, with excellent schools, a strong cultural offer, beautiful countryside and a wonderful environment for all the family to enjoy. InvestSK will be looking to enhance all of these strengths so that the district becomes irresistible for new investors, and even better for the companies and organisations already here.’ SKDC Leader Cllr Matthew Lee.


If you would like to discuss your business needs call the InvestSK team on 01476 406374 or email info@investsk.co.uk


COMMERCIAL PROPERTY MONTHLY 2018


• 24/7 access with CCTV security • Highly competitive rent which includes service charge


• Easy access to the major routes in and through Cambridge including the A10, A14, M11 and A1(M).


• Close to Waterbeach railway station


Visit cambridgeinnovationpark.co.uk or call 01353 861436.


SOUTH KESTEVEN


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