Exciting new developments on the way . . .
Hamilton Land, in conjunction with C I Industries Ltd, has received detailed planning permission for 2 no. two-storey high quality self-contained office buildings comprising 21,256 sq.ft. (1,974 sq.m.) in total with 77 on site car spaces at NBP’s sister Park, The Oaks, Fordham Road, Newmarket.
NB. Building 2 can be enlarged by the addition of an extra floor to provide 18,405 sq.ft. (1,710 sq.m.) + 105 car spaces in total (subject to planning).
Alternatively, a 41,000 sq.ft. three-storey office building incorporating 129 car spaces could be erected on a revised scheme subject to planning on a pre-let/sale basis.
These buildings shall have the benefit of comfort-cooling, raised access floors, LG7 lighting, automatic passenger lifts, kitchen/disabled facilities, Category 5 cabling and high quality finishes throughout.
Generous car parking provision of 77 car spaces in total shall also be provided which equates to 1 car space per 292 sq.ft. (subject to planning).
Existing occupiers at The Oaks include Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, DEFRA, Smiths Gore and Renew Insurance.
These units can also accommodate high technology companies wanting to relocate away from the existing Cambridge Science & Business Parks but still remain within a 15 minutes drive time.
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Newmarket is fast establishing itself as an ideal regional headquarters location due to excellent communications via the A14 and A11/M11 to Cambridge, Stansted, East Coast Ports and London.
Recent arrival Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has established their new regional Cytology Unit for Cambridgeshire & Suffolk to Newmarket off Addenbrooke’s Hospital site in Cambridge and staff from West Suffolk Hospital, Bury St. Edmunds have located to The Oaks too.
The new hourly National Express train service between Cambridge & Ipswich has also facilitated companies wanting to relocate out of Cambridge & Bury St. Edmunds where traffic congestion has been one of the main reasons for choosing Newmarket as a location.