Developed as purpose built higher education technology college in 2016-17
The unit was purpose built as a higher education technology college in 2016-17. The ground floor currently comprises, workshop, teaching space, laboratories, offices and stores providing 14,962 sq ft (1,390 sq m) Gross Internal Area. The first floor currently comprises teaching space, laboratories and collaboration space providing 9,785 sq ft (909 sq m) Gross Internal Area. Indicative office scheme available on request, this would provide 23,219 sq ft (2,157 sq m) Net Internal Area.
Strictly by appointment with the sole agents.
Alconbury Weald is a major new town development, by Urban & Civic, on the former RAF Alconbury Airfield, situated north of Huntingdon. It lies off J14 of the A1(M), just north of its interchange with the A14, which has undergone substantial upgrading and re-routing over the last three years. The A14 carries a large volume of freight traffic to and from the east coast ports of Felixstowe and Harwich and connects with the M11 to the south and M1 & M6 to the west. Alconbury Weald lies approximately 18 miles south of Peterborough and 25 north west of Cambridge. Alconbury Weald has been given Enterprise Zone status and is set to provide 3.5 million sq ft commercial space together with 5,000 new homes and associated schools and community facilities to include 700 acres green space. The property is accessed via The Boulevard, the main road from the site entrance at the junction off the A1(M). The iMET building is situated at the junction of Lobelle Way and Emery Crescent. Opposite is The Club, which provides a restaurant, gym and meeting rooms for use by occupiers of the Enterprise Campus. Adjacent is a site currently under construction to provide new office premises for Cambridgeshire County Council.
The property is available for sale - guide price upon application.
Hi-tech/office conversion potential
Huntingdon (3.8 miles)