The specialist logistics and industrial team at Bidwells has advised on 2018’s most significant ‘big-box’ transactions across the region cementing its reputation as the ‘go-to’ agent in East Anglia for logistics and industrial agency, investment and development advice.
Bidwells has shot up Planning Magazine’s consultancy rankings to become the 15th largest team of chartered planners in the UK. The news comes soon after Bidwells made four promotions in its senior team to support its growing client base within the Cambridge to Oxford Growth Corridor.
This month, construction of the new 36,000 sq ft development, known as GBP1, officially began at Grove Business Park near Wantage. A special ground-breaking ceremony was held on site to mark the occasion, as this is to be the first of a number of new build projects planned over coming years at the park.
Bidwells is joining local enterprise partnerships on the Growth Corridor stand at MIPIM UK. Exhibiting on Stand E09/F10, Bidwells will be showcasing our expertise in Oxford, Milton Keynes and Cambridge, releasing an exclusive take-away paper on our predictions for GDP growth along the Corridor.
More than 350 tired but elated cyclists rolled into Cambridge yesterday afternoon (Sept 20) to complete the now annual Bidwells Golden Triangle Bike Ride – a 100-mile charity cycle event from Oxford to Cambridge via Milton Keynes.
This long-awaited Agriculture Bill announcement fails to articulate a comprehensive food and farming policy and leaves farmers and landowners no clearer about how they will be supported in the future, say Bidwells.