New homes at former Waterbeach Barracks site move a step closer after first land sale
The first new homes at the former Waterbeach barracks and airfield site in Cambridgeshire have taken a big step forward after master developer Urban&Civic confirmed that Stonebond Properties has been selected as the development partner for the first gateway parcel.
Orchard Street completes first letting at iconic Radio House, Cambridge, following major refurbishment
Orchard Street Investment Management, the specialist commercial property investment manager, has completed its first letting at Radio House office scheme in Cambridge to Sentec - a globally leading supplier of smart home technology and consultancy services - with Bidwells' advice.
Bidwells Act for First Base in the Purchase of Saxon Court, Milton Keynes for a £190m Mixed Use Development
First Base has acquired Saxon Court in Milton Keynes, a landmark office building with adjacent development site. Funded by Patron Capital, the pan-European institutional real estate investor, First Base is planning to create a new Grade A office hub with flexible workspace, Build-to-Rent homes, retail and community spaces in the heart of the city.
The Coronavirus outbreak and the temporary government restrictions mean our employees are all working from home. Our teams are widely dispersed across the country but we feel more connected than ever and have become more efficient and effective in some ways. We believe this bodes very well for the weeks and months to come.
One of the UK’s largest modular neighbourhoods gets the green light
South Cambridgeshire District Council’s Planning Committee has approved plans for Inholm, a contemporary Fenland village and the second phase of Cambridgeshire’s new town, Northstowe, with Bidwells providing planning advice on the application.
Walking in a winter wonderland: Catherine Spitzer's South Pole Q&A
When Bidwells MD Catherine Spitzer spoke to the Cambridge Independent about her feelings ahead of her expedition to Antarctica, she knew it would be hard, despite having previously walked to the North Pole. But after an eight-day battle with the minus 45 degrees cold, altitude sickness and unforgettable blisters, she is just grateful there isn’t a third pole.