Stonebond Properties is to become the first housebuilding partner for Urban&Civic in its transformation of the former Barracks and Airfield at Waterbeach to create a new community of 6,500 new homes.
Urban&Civic, the master developer behind Alconbury Weald, has teamed up with archaeologist and Channel 5 broadcaster Raksha Dave to create the second episode of the Alconbury Weald Stories podcast, focusing on the area’s fascinating heritage, from the Bronze Age to the Cold War.
Roythornes Solicitors, the commercial law firm with particular expertise in the agriculture, food and property sectors, has expanded from its 1,000 sq ft base at Alconbury Weald to take around 3,800 sq ft at the site’s second incubator hub.
Last month, Urban&Civic, the developer behind Alconbury Weald, held a series of events for the local community.
Ambu Ltd, the manufacturer of single-patient-use, disposable medical devices, has taken one floor (7,745 sq ft) of office space at Alconbury Weald, the new mixed-use destination strategically located between Cambridge, Peterborough, Bedford and Northampton.
Urban&Civic, the master developer behind Alconbury Weald, has teamed up with TV presenter and naturalist Mike Dilger to produce the first ecology-focused episode of its new podcast series, Alconbury Weald Stories.
The redevelopment of Waterbeach Barracks and Airfield reached another milestone this week with the approval for the Design Code which ensures the quality of the vision will be delivered throughout the first phase of development, and provides the template for review and update across later phases of development.
Community charity Groundwork East has moved into its first permanent Cambridgeshire home – the newly restored Watch Office at Alconbury Weald.
The latest podcast from the Wintringham team reveals the extent to which heritage is helping shape the future of a new development.
Urban&Civic, the master developer responsible for Wintringham, St Neots, has confirmed that the first new homes at the development will go on sale this month.
A remarkable World War II-era RAF Watch Office has been restored at Alconbury Weald near Huntingdon.
More than 600 members of the public flocked to see local cricketers take part in the first ever Alconbury Weald Big Summer Bash last Saturday.
Three new employment courses - including a free, full-time, 10-week Pre-Apprenticeship in Construction course - begin this month in Cambridgeshire.
Urban&Civic plc announces that contracts have been entered into with Redrow plc to build out 200 plots under licence on a third parcel of infrastructured land comprising 16.6 acres at Alconbury Weald in Cambridgeshire.
Alconbury Enterprise Campus has achieved another milestone after receiving planning permission from Huntingdonshire District Council for its first Mid Tech building. Site developer and owner Urban&Civic is now hoping to attract a new tenant looking for a flexible business solution in a great location.
Nick Boles MP, Minister for Business, Innovation and Skills, visited the planned site of iMET - a new training facility delivering advanced technical skills in manufacturing, engineering and technology - at the Alconbury Weald Enterprise Zone in Cambridgeshire last Friday (1st April).
Alconbury Weald’s Incubator has scooped a second award just months after opening. The building was named last week as the East Anglia Region Winner of Best Commercial Building by the Local Authority Building Control, and praised for its building excellence in the delivery of outstanding construction and workmanship.
Audio Analytic is using Alconbury Enterprise Campus to help develop groundbreaking software after securing £900k angel funding and a further £350k from the UK innovation agency, the Technology Strategy Board.
The Alconbury Incubator Building in Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire has been recognised as one of the Midlands' and East Anglia’s five finest workplaces at the annual British Council for Offices (BCO) property sector awards.
Businesses locating to the Alconbury Enterprise Zone will benefit from tax incentives for a further three years, under measures announced by the Chancellor in Wednesday's Budget. This means that businesses moving to Alconbury will benefit from business rate discounts for five years, with the offer extending until March 2018.
Aquavent UK has become the latest tenant to move to Alconbury Enterprise Campus, the low carbon high quality development that sits at the heart of the Greater Cambridge and Greater Peterborough economies.
On Monday 21 October, Huntingdonshire District Council's Development Management Panel voted to support the principle and general form of the proposed Alconbury Weald development, as set out in the Outline application (ref 1201158OUT).
Mole Solutions are using the flexible space at Alconbury Enterprise Campus to create a prototype freight pipeline system. The system is electrically powered and has a very low environmental impact. The project is supported by the Technology Strategy Board.
Urban & Civic reached a key milestone last Friday (20 September) with an event to attract new businesses to the 150 hectare Alconbury Enterprise Campus.