Chance for pioneering business to move into Nottingham Science Park
An opportunity for innovative businesses to move into high spec offices on the well-established Nottingham Science Park has been brought to market by property consultancy Innes England.
Just over 10,200 sq. ft. of campus-style accommodation across three remaining self-contained buildings is available to let as whole or individual suites at the park’s Isaac Newton Centre, situated two miles west of Nottingham city centre.
3D printing manufacturer Added Scientific, which was set up by University of Nottingham academics in 2014, is the first tenant to move into the premises after opening a base, complete with laboratory, in one of the centre’s two-floor office blocks.
The letting was managed by Laura Jardine, of Innes England. She said: “Added Scientific has moved into building four on the premises, letting just 2,000 sq. ft. of space.
“The Isaac Newton Centre – which has been completely refurbished to a very high standard and offers modern office accommodation in an excellent location with on-site car parking – comprises three further buildings.
“We’re excited to be able to offer the option to purchase building one, which has 3,934 sq. ft. available, on a long leasehold basis.
“Nottingham Science Park is already home to some of the most pioneering companies in the region and these offices would be ideally suited to businesses looking to ramp up their research and development.”
The premises had previously been occupied by World Clinical Trials since 1989. After the firm’s departure, family-run business Delta Developments refurbished the space to create modern and open plan offices.
Each independent building provides chrome-finished WC and kitchen facilities as well as air conditioning. There are also 40 marked parking spaces provided between the remaining buildings.
Joanna Rigby, partner at Delta Developments, said: “Our objective for the Isaac Newton Centre was to create high quality office spaces for forward-thinking and creative businesses who wanted to move onto the sought-after Nottingham Science Park.
“The accommodation has been fully refurbished to provide an excellent quality, modern working environment. It was last occupied by a single tenant and would lend itself to single occupation or sub-division on a block-by-block basis.”
The Nottingham Science Park has first-rate transport links, with a tram stop running right outside the site. It is also located on the main bus route to and from Nottingham city centre and Beeston and is just five miles from junction 25 of the M1.
It is already home to businesses such as automotive manufacturer Toyota, renewable energy firm Chinook Sciences and engineering company Verus Precision and is immediately adjacent the world-renowned University of Nottingham.
The property is also being marketed with joint agent heb Property Consultants.