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Bidwells' research reports that fast-growing Oxford University spin-out businesses have driven prime office rents in Oxfordshire to £35 per square foot - growth of 16.7% over last 12 months.. Download our research paper to find out more.
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Bidwells’ Summer 2018 Cambridgeshire Offices & Labs databook paper reports prime office rents in Cambridge now stand at £41 per sq ft. Download our research paper to find out more.
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Is Cambridge Redefining Marketing Conventions? Rents in the city of Cambridge and its surrounding prime parks are now ahead of other ‘provincial’ UK office centres and the M25 market. Perhaps this suggests the need to start thinking differently about the office market – is the longstanding delineation of London, the south east and the provinces outdated in the evolving economic activity landscape?
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Capital Park is a specialised office park focused on providing workspaces for high-growth businesses. The park is located in Fulbourn, close to the centre of Cambridge, a town known for its prestigious university and dynamic skilled workforce.
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The East West Rail Link, also called the Varsity Line, is the railway route that once linked Oxford and Cambridge. It allowed for quick and easy travel between the two university towns, and also provided easy access to Milton Keynes.
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Build to Rent is a term used to describe private rented residential property, which is designed for rent instead of for sale. As the name suggests, Build to Rent (B2R) involves the building of homes specifically for the rental market. These developments are typically owned by companies (such as property companies or pension or insurance investment companies), and let directly or through an agent. B2R is an emerging, fast-growing market in the United Kingdom.
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Norwich Research Park is a science-focused business community located in Norwich. The Park is home to more than 80 businesses and 12,000 people, including 3,000 scientists, researchers and clinicians.
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Cambridge’s continued business growth is good news, but with scale comes complexity, making continued investment evermore important to the city’s evolution.
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Our View on Build to Rent is a new bi-annual Bidwells’ report on this developing funding and investment sector. We provide our comments on recent markets trends including the recognition of a Build to Rent (BTR) tenure status in the draft National Planning Policy Framework.
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