A London commercial property agent has been appointed as a joint agent to help market more widely the appeal of becoming an occupier of Haverhill Research Park.
Rob Bray and Sim Khatkar of Bray Fox Smith will now be the representatives acting on the park alongside existing agents Carter Jonas and Cheffins.
Nic Rumsey, director of Jaynic, the developer of Haverhill Research Park, said: “We welcome Rob and Sim to the team.
“Their London contacts will be invaluable in helping us all to identify potential occupiers for the park.”
Bray said: “We are looking forward to working with Nic and his team and our joint agents Carter Jonas and Cheffins who are doing a great job at attracting interest from the Cambridgeshire region.
“We know that there is a great deal of interest in and around Cambridge from life sciences, biotech and IT companies.
“These leads often come from international companies whose first point of call is, invariably, the London agency community.”
Haverhill Research Park will have new office/R&D and business space ranging in size from a 200 sq ft in The Epicentre to 230,000 sq ft (21,368 sq m).
The Flying Shuttle, a Marstons Rotisserie restaurant and Bar at the front of the Research Park opened last May and the keys to the first completed homes on Taylor Wimpey’s 150-home Arboretum adjacent to the site were handed over at the same time.
A Colourbox Montessori Nursery will be open on Haverhill Research Park for September 2015 entry.