Turnstone Estates Limited
Established in 1989, Turnstone is one of the most active and dynamic property companies in the south east of England.
|Telephone:||01223 273 950|
|Address:||The Warehouse, 33 Bridge Street, Cambridge|
|Membership type:||Professional Individual and Corporate < 5 (£50+VAT pa)|
Specialising in the office, retail and leisure sectors, Turnstone is both a development and investment company, combining professional expertise in the property industry with independent financial resources and project funding.
Realising development potential is about recognising development opportunities. Our extensive involvement in the commercial property market and in-depth knowledge of regional supply and demand makes us well placed to identify property opportunities and appraise their potential.
Our open and honest approach, strong team ethic and wealth of experience has led to a sustained growth record, and a corresponding expansion in market coverage.
Nafield Properties, the joint venture between Turnstone Estates and Burall Developments, has concluded a deal on one of the final remaining suites at the Broers Building on the University of Cambridge’s West Cambridge site.
23 September 2013Read in full
British tech-entrepreneur Mike Lynch’s new venture ICP London (trading as Invoke) is to occupy space in the Broers Building in Cambridge after agreeing a letting from landlord Nafield Properties, the company owned by Turnstone Estates and Burall Developments.
3 December 2012Read in full
Turnstone Estates has begun its new investment and development drive with the purchase of Discovery House, Vision Park in Histon, north Cambridge.
10 October 2011Read in full
Turnstone Estates has submitted its planning application for a 32,000 sq ft leisure scheme on Huntingdon Street, St Neots, Cambridgeshire.
15 August 2011Read in full
Turnstone Estates is stepping up its development activities and has recruited former Savills development director Tim Deacon to join its team.
12 May 2011Read in full
Turnstone Estates has signed up global environmental monitoring solution manufacturer Cogent Environmental - bought by technology provider Modern Water in February - to take space at its Edinburgh House development on St John's Innovation Park, Cambridge.
22 April 2011Read in full
Nafield Properties, the joint venture between Turnstone Estates and Burall Developments, has signed two new tenants at its office and R&D development the Broers Building in Cambridge.
22 April 2011Read in full
Turnstone Estates is to hold a public exhibition on Monday 14th February to display their current plans for a new leisure development on land at Huntingdon Street, St Neots.
8 February 2011Read in full
Nafield Properties has secured a fourth tenant at its new office and R&D development the Broers Building in Cambridge.
13 January 2011Read in full