With occupiers such as Rocialle Medical, Unisurge International, Frontier Silicon and Ultra Electronics representing a diverse slice of technology business sectors, Cambridge South, Dales Manor Business Park in Sawston is shaping-up to be one of South Cambridgeshire’s vibrant business locations, say joint agents Carter Jonas and Savills.
Located just over a mile from Babraham Research Campus and in the heart of the South Cambridgeshire Biotech cluster, Cambridge South is set within the established commercial area of Dales Manor Business Park which is on the Cambridge side of Sawston village.
Brand new, bespoke accommodation from 20,000-130,000 sq ft is available to let or buy and can be fitted out to meet a range of end-uses from industrial and distribution to laboratory, pilot plant, high value engineering or biomanufacturing.
While the village itself has a wide range of amenities such as banking, retail, restaurants and leisure facilities and is a popular residential location, for business its additional appeal is excellent transport communications.
There is easy access to Cambridge city itself and points south to Stansted Airport and across the country through onwards links from the nearby M11, A11 and A14.
Mainline rail links on the Cambridge-Stansted-London Liverpool St line with underground interchange to the Victoria Line at Tottenham Hale Station, are in the nearby villages of Great Shelford and Whittlesford.
According to the agents, Cambridge South gives businesses from any sector, including the biotech and medtech sectors the chance to have affordable, brand new facilities in a location which offers excellent accessibility.
Cambridge South developer, Salmon Harvester Properties Ltd is an established development trading company jointly owned by Salmon Developments plc and NFUMutual an insurance company with £11bn funds under management. Finance is available to carry out development without the need to resort to bank finance.