Creative Places wins prestigious award


02-11-2009

Jonathan Burroughs of property consultants Creative Places, has been recognised by UKSPA (UK Science Park Association) at their 25th Anniversary dinner for his involvement in the Science Park movement in the UK.

Jonathan won the UKSPA Award for the most significant contribution by a consultancy at the dinner attended by 250 international UKSPA members and guests.

Creative Places is a joint venture formed at the start of 2009 between Jonathan Burroughs, CEO of Creative Places, and Bidwells.  Focusing on providing property related consultancy services specifically for the research and R&D sectors, Creative Places has already won some very high profile work this year.
 
The firm has been instructed as lead property consultants to the University of Cambridge for the development of R&D accommodation at their West and North West campuses. It has also been asked to provide advice to Cambridge Biomedical Campus where a 2.3 million sq ft development, alongside the world renowned Addenbrooke's Hospital, is now being progressed by developers Countryside Properties and Liberty Property Trust, in association with Cambridge University Health Partners. Consultancy services continue to be provided at other locations around the UK, including London, Bristol and Edinburgh.
 
Jonathan Burroughs, CEO of Creative Places said: "This award is a reflection of the work of the entire firm and we are delighted to receive this recognition from our peers in the industry.  This, as well as our continued involvement in some of the largest and most exciting projects in the country, cements our position as leading property consultants in the science park sector."
 
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For further information about Creative Places, visit www.creativeplaces.com or contact Jonathan Burroughs or John Sommerville on 01223 559292.
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Cambridge Science Park was established in 1970 by Trinity College, Cambridge and is Europe's longest-serving and largest centre for commercial research and development.

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