For the first time, members of the public can see what new buildings in the town’s research park may look like.
Jaynic, the developer of the Haverhill Research Park, has released new images of a variety of building sizes that can be built at the park to tie in with a property agents’ breakfast being held in Central London on Tuesday, June 9.
It is hoped the publication of the images will raise the profile of the park to attract potential national and international occupiers.
The artists’ impressions show building sizes of 20,000 sq ft, 50,000 sq ft, 100,000 sq ft and 200,000 sq ft.
They were produced by UK-wide architectural practice, Frank Shaw Associates and they show what can be accommodated at the park.
Nic Rumsey, director of Jaynic, said: “These show prospective buyers and agents acting on their behalf, the range of high quality building sizes that are equal to what is on offer around south Cambridge and at significantly more competitive prices.”
The breakfast, held at London’s upmarket Muse restaurant in Mayfair, was attended by representatives of many of the major international agents.
Among those sizing up Haverhill as a potential venue were Jones Lang LaSalle, CBRE, Cushman & Wakefield and Knight Frank, who are representing national and international occupiers looking for space in the region.
The retained agents for Haverhill Research Park ar:, Carter Jonas, Cheffins and Bray Fox Smith.