On Wednesday 30th March Bidwells, the Arc Universities Group and CBI, will be hosting a live webinar discussing how to create a skills and talent pipeline for the future, to supercharge the Oxford-Cambridge Arc.
Max Bryan has been appointed as Bidwells’ Head of Science and Technology.
Spending on office and laboratory space in the Oxford-Cambridge Arc is set to hit more than £1 billion by the end of the year, more than twice that seen in 2020 when investment levels hit £452 million.
Kadans Science Partner has added to its Pan-European portfolio after acquiring Merlin Place in Cambridge from a private investor who was represented by Bidwells.
Bidwells, acting on behalf of TusPark, has secured technology giants Roku as tenants for a 120,000 sq ft office at Cambridge Science Park in the largest transaction in the city since 2016.
Bidwells Summer 2021 Centre of the Arc report highlights the huge potential in the central region of the Oxford-Cambridge Arc as well as the key factors necessary to develop the centre of the Arc.
Bidwells Summer 2021 Cambridgeshire report reveals that demand for office and laboratory space in Cambridge has had an intense investor interest over the past two years. Prime Office space rents have increased by 37% over the past five years.
The consultation on the Arc Spatial Framework is a golden opportunity to begin efficiently delivering environmental enhancement at scale across the Oxford-Cambridge Arc – and better integrate development, says Bidwells’ Henry Moore.
Bidwells Summer 2021 Oxfordshire report reveals that demand for office and laboratory space in Oxford has had an intense investor interest over the last two years.
Planning consent for a 50,000 sq ft mixed use development scheme has been approved, completing the final stage of the CB1 Estate at Cambridge Rail Station.
The Bidwells' spring 2021 report showed that the demand for offices and laboratories are at an all-time high as they were being driven by knowledge-intensive industries such as AI. The laboratory sector was facing a challenge with over 400k sq ft of functional requirements, the highest level for five years, with an availability rate of just 3.7%, inevitably placing…
The Oxford – Milton Keynes – Cambridge Arc has been pivotal in the COVID-19 response, not just for the UK but globally. Inevitably, this has focused investor attention on the region, particularly given the uncertainty surrounding traditional office markets and the retail sector. In Bidwells' latest report, find out how investors are shifting their focus to the Arc region.
The chance to shape the future of the Oxford-Cambridge Arc is approaching in June. With digital planning opening up new channels of communication, it’s time for everyone to make their voice heard, says Rob Hopwood, Bidwells planning Partner.
Bidwells Spring 2021 report reveals that the Cambridge Industrial market supply has reached its lowest level in more than 15 years. The availability rate has dipped to 3.7%, leaving only a few immediate options for occupiers seeking space.
The first new homes at the former Waterbeach barracks and airfield site in Cambridgeshire have taken a big step forward after master developer Urban&Civic confirmed that Stonebond Properties has been selected as the development partner for the first gateway parcel.
Demand for offices and laboratories are at an all-time high, being driven by knowledge-intensive industries
Bidwells' spring 2021 report reveals the second half of 2020 saw office and laboratory take up return to trend levels following a COVID-19 disrupted H1. Cambridge has been on the axis of the UK pandemic response sustaining business activity across the city. The take-up continues across various business sectors but dominated by knowledge-intensive industries.
As leading property advisor to the science and technology sector, Bidwells welcomes government moves announced today (18 February), that will help bring billions of pounds of funding for jobs, housing and infrastructure into the Arc’s knowledge economy.
Residential rental market in Cambridge dominated by science and technology as region continues to lead UK’s response to Covid-19
New research from Bidwells, the leading property consultancy for the Oxford-Cambridge Arc, has revealed that the strong science and technology (S&T) industry base in Cambridge has shaped the city’s residential rental market.
Patrick McMahon, senior partner at Cambridge-based property consultancy Bidwells, responds to the Government's £760 million investment for reinstating 20 miles of railway line that will connect Oxford and Cambridge - two regions where the UK's life sciences industry has a critical mass.
2020 proved a remarkable year for the Bidwells’ Logistics and Industrial team after surpassing their 2019 record achievement by almost 1.75m sq ft.
Cambridge residents have valued private outdoor spaces (57%) and high-speed broadband (57%) as top home priorities during a lockdown, according to a new report released by Property Consultants Bidwells
National Infrastructure Strategy: Councils will need resources to deliver and knowledge economy shouldn't be forgotten about, says Bidwells
In response to yesterday’s Spending Review and National Infrastructure Strategy, which has just been published, Mike Derbyshire, head of planning at property consultancy Bidwells, said:
The Oxford to Cambridge Arc has been identified as the location for exciting new infrastructure, real estate development and regeneration, but how can this large-scale development be ‘green’?
One of the most multi-layered transactions during the recent COVID-19 lockdown has resulted in Bidwells and Knight Frank brokering a deal involving a surrender and new lease on a 189,687 sq ft warehouse on Kingston Park, Peterborough.
There are efforts to make Cambridgeshire and Peterborough more connected and to spread the economic success of Cambridge across the County, according to the newly released Local Plan Watch by Property Consultants Bidwells.