As part of our commitment to investing in and round the city of Cambridge, we are developing Unity Campus as a new 260,000 sq ft (24,155 sq m), high-specification business park designed to complement and support the South Cambridge Cluster. Providing business, R&D and lab space to meet the demands of the UK’s brightest business talent and innovators, Unity Campus has been master-planned by Nicholas Hare Architects to create an exceptional environment for businesses seeking more than a standard science park address. The campus has been intentionally designed as a predominantly car-free environment; to encourage staff to take advantage of the outdoor spaces and enjoy the semi-rural setting, complemented by modern and inspiring architecture designed to promote creativity, collaboration and excellence.
Flexible Design & Terms
The masterplan for Unity Campus comprises a network of eight individual buildings, with the flexibility to cater for buildings from 10,000 sq ft to 150,000 sq ft. Opportunities exist for larger occupiers to combine buildings to create their own campus environment. Single buildings up to 65,000 sq ft can be delivered but larger requirements of up to 150,000 sq ft will also be considered, either on a multi-unit or single building basis.
45,000 sq ft of inspiring and engaging space across two floors. The ground floor (29,428 sq ft) has been constructed to a ‘shell and core +’ standard, recognising that occupiers may have a bespoke fitout requirement – from development labs to precision manufacturing. The first floor (28,912 sq ft) has been fitted out to a Cat A office specification, with raised floors, floor boxes, heating/cooling systems and high standard office lighting.
A short walk to Whittlesford Parkway Station:
7 mins to Cambridge
1 hr 3 mins to London Liverpool Street
Cycle paths all the way to central Cambridge:
7mins to Whittlesford Parkway
12mins to Great Shelford
25mins to Cambridge
Immediate access onto the A505 and just 1 mile from junction 10 of the M11
25 mins from Cambridge to Sawston via A1307
In addition to the on-site amenity at Unity Campus, the villages of Sawston, Pampisford and Whittlesford provide excellent local services and a wide range of pubs, restaurants, cafes, hotels, supermarkets, butchers, green grocers, bakeries, nurseries, chemists and community leisure activities.