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Stowmarket EAST in Suffolk

Building Partnerships outlines plans for 54 acre Stowmarket EAST site

13 June 2017

Building Partnerships and Mid Suffolk District Council have submitted planning application for phase two of Stowmarket Business & Enterprise Park, a mixed-use development covering 54 acres.

CEG Crown House entrance

Derivco deal at Court House marks Ipswich's largest office transaction

15 May 2017

CEG has completed a letting of a refurbished 10,000 sq ft office space at the Crown House in Ipswich to Derivco in the largest office transaction to occur in Ipswich so far this year.

Cambridge South

Salmon Harvester to develop spec Cambridge shed

8 May 2017

Salmon Harvester Properties (SHP) will speculatively develop a 68,000 sq ft warehouse and industrial scheme in Sawston, south Cambridgeshire.

Capability Green business park, Luton

IM Properties puts Luton portfolio on market

28 April 2017

IM Properties has put an office portfolio up for sale at the Capability Green business park in Luton.

Ipswich Winerack

Funds finally flow in for Ipswich Winerack development

25 April 2017

The stalled development of the ‘Winerack’ building on Ipswich waterfront is set to restart after a combined £20m investment from the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA) and New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership.

Co-op Food store

Co-op close to landing Stansted shed deal

20 April 2017

The Co-op is in negotiations to build a 600,000 sq ft distribution centre at Stansted Airport in Essex to service its growing store estate in London and the South East.

Queensgate Peterboro

Three fashion signings at Peterborough’s Queensgate

12 April 2017

Lendlease and Invesco Real Estate have signed a trio of fashion lettings totalling 30,200 sq ft at the Queensgate shopping centre in Peterborough.

Cranes Farm Industrial

AEW UK REIT buys a £4.5m industrial building in Basildon

12 April 2017

AEW UK REIT has announced acquisition of a 69.000 sq ft industrial building in Basildon, Essex, for £4.55m, reflecting a yield of 7.8%.

Fosset Farm Southend

PRS to be built into Fossetts Farm stadium

23 March 2017

The developer behind Southend United FC’s proposed new football ground will build homes for the rental market directly into the stadium, Property Week can reveal.

The Rushes

Oaktree to sell £120m shopping centre portfolio

22 March 2017

Oaktree Capital Management is preparing to sell three shopping centres that it owns in a joint venture with London & Associated Properties for around £120m.

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Innovation Centre, The University of Essex

Ambitious development is the only way in Essex

Colchester, Britain’s first city and its oldest recorded town, has in recent years lacked the PR profile or the pull of neighbouring towns. East of the county’s industrial core, the town lost out to Chelmsford, Essex’s administrative centre, in its 2012 bid to become a city once again.

Haverhill Business Park

Taurus takes bull by horns with Haverhill and Basildon projects

Taurus Developments has been busy. The London- and Bath-based company is currently development manager and co-investor on two industrial and warehouse development projects at Haverhill Business Park in Suffolk and a speculative scheme at Basildon in Essex.

Suffolk Park Example of contemporary distribution warehouse 1

Full of eastern promise: Suffolk Park offers scale and space

Work is under way at Suffolk Park, a 114-acre extension to the business park on the outskirts of Bury St Edmunds. The scheme will provide new space in a 35-acre enterprise zone, as well as large plots for in-demand regional distribution centres.

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