Labs and offices to let in Cambridge village R&D location

Eddisons is the sole agent on laboratory & office accommodation to let in the South Cambridgeshire village of Bourn, eight miles west of Cambridge.

Available immediately and on flexible terms, the 418 sq m (4.504 sq ft) of available space is on the first floor of a modern, purpose built research facility called the Bertarelli Building.

In combination, the business space to let offers laboratory, office and break-out meeting space as well as a more formal boardroom. Other accommodation features are a kitchen, a lift and air conditioning & air handling.

The security of the building is met by CCTV and door entry arrangements.

The premises are set within 22 acres of parkland and are offered to let with ample parking.

According to Eddisons, the first floor of the Bertarelli Building would suit a research-based company seeking a campus-style environment in a leafy setting.

To add to its appeal is proximity to the amenities of an established village but with convenient access to Cambridge city and other high profile scientific campuses located around South Cambridgeshire.

Viewing of the first floor accommodation of the Bertarelli Building is strictly by appointment through Eddisons as the sole agent.

For more information or to arrange a viewing, contact Ben Green at Eddisons in Cambridge, tel 01223 467155 or through

Freehold with vacant possession in town’s established industrial location

The freehold of two storey premises with offices on Depot Road in Newmarket is the latest industrial instruction on which Eddisons’ Cambridge office is representing this autumn.

Offered with vacant possession for £550,000, Beechwood House is a detached, two storey building of 725.48 sq m (7,809 sq ft), on a self-contained site of 0.18 hectares (0.45 acres), approximately.

On the ground floor there is warehouse & office space with a front office and trade counter layout to a net area of 598.99 sq m (6,448 sq ft).

The first floor has offices of 126.46 sq m (1,361 sq ft).There is a gated yard to the side & rear and ample parking.

Depot Road is one of Newmarket’s established industrial locations off the town’s Exning Road commercial district.  It is under one mile from the town centre and the same distance from Junction 37 of the A14.

Onward transport connections link with Stansted airport and the M11 in one direction and the East Coast ports and Cambridge in opposite directions on the A14.

Viewing of Beechwood House, Depot Road, Newmarket is strictly by appointment with Eddisons as the sole agent.

For more information or to arrange a viewing, contact Ben Green at Eddisons in Cambridge, tel 01223 467155 or through

Freeholds available on latest phase of Yaxley industrial scheme

September sees our Peterborough office launch the latest industrial units for freehold sale at Enterprise Park in Yaxley.

Enterprise Park is adjacent to Eagle Business Park, the modern 30 plus acre trade counter, industrial unit & showroom development where occupiers include Howdens & Screwfix.

Now under construction, and with completion scheduled for Spring 2024, the 11 units just released for freehold sale are on Trent Way and Eden Way on the latest phase of Enterprise Park, a new industrial/warehouse development on Broadway.

Over 32 units are already completed on the Enterprise Park scheme.

The units launched to market this September are terraced and arranged in a courtyard formation with reserved car parking. They range in size from 1,225 sq ft to 2,080 sq ft (114 sq m to 193 sq m) and freehold sale prices start at £226,000.

Being built to new insulation standards, the units are of steel portal frame, have 6 metre eave heights, LED lighting and electric loading doors.

Eddisons are acting as joint agents with Savills on behalf of the developer, Broadway Developments Yaxley Ltd. Barnack Estates UK Ltd is the main contractor at Enterprise Park.

According to the agents, both companies have ‘solid track records in delivering quality commercial accommodation’.

Over the past 15 years, the contractor has built over 300 industrial, office and showroom units across Cambridgeshire.

Enterprise Business Park is three miles from Junction 16 of the A1(M), known locally as ‘Norman Cross’, and has onward access via Peterborough’s Parkway system to the historic city centre two miles north east of the development, approximately.

For more information about the forthcoming units at Welbeck Way, Fletton, Peterborough, contact, contact Gavin Hynes at Eddisons in the city 01733 897722, [email protected] or Ed Gee at Savills 01733 344414, [email protected].

Office/R&D premises to let in South Cambs village location

A self-contained office premises in the South Cambridgeshire village of Toft is available to let on flexible terms through Eddisons’ Cambridge office.

Acting as the sole agent under instruction, Eddisons advises that the two storey premises of Building 5 at Old Farm Business Centre would suit mainstream office or R&D use and are available to let as a whole or the ground floor only.

Laid mainly to open plan, the total accommodation is 2,010 sq ft (186.7 sq m) with the ground floor offering 1,194 sq ft (110.9 sq m).

The premises have good natural light and are set in landscaped grounds with allocated car parking. There is an outdoor break out space for communal use by the occupiers at the Business Centre.

Old Farm Business Centre is 6 miles west of Cambridge and 4 miles from the M11.

On the corner of Church Road and Comberton Road, Toft, it is close to the village high street amenities including a general convenience store and Post Office.

According to the agent, Old Farm Business Centre attracts occupiers who prefer the vibe of a South Cambridgeshire village location in the quality of offer to employees when it comes to landscaped settings and commuting as opposed to denser, more high profile central Cambridge locations.

Eddisons adds that the premises are in the kind of quiet setting that will suit an occupier with a business operation that requires a low key, unobtrusive setting.

Viewing of the premises to let at Building 5, Old Farm Business Centre, Toft is strictly by appointment through Eddisons as the sole agent.

To arrange a viewing or for more information, contact Oliver Brittain at Eddisons in Cambridge, 01223 467155 or through

Office suite to let in central Cambourne location

Eddisons’ Cambridge office is the sole agent under instruction on an office suite in central Cambourne – available to let immediately and on flexible terms.

The 1,636 sq ft (152 sq m) office suite, Unit 6, is on the first floor of Caxton House, a mixed use retail & office parade on Broad Street at the junction of School Lane and High Street in Cambourne.

With a high quality specification, the office accommodation is mainly open plan but there is partial subdivision providing opportunities for a meeting room or additional, more private, office space.

Developed in the 1990s as the first of Cambridge’s new settlements in the modern era, Cambourne is now an established residential and business location in South Cambridgeshire.

Other occupiers in the Caxton House parade include Connells estate agency, Domino’s Pizza and Ladbrokes, with Morrisons supermarket opposite.

Behind Caxton House is the Cambourne Eco Park and a Wildlife Trust nature reserve.

Viewing of the office suite at Unit 6, Caxton House, Broad Street, Cambourne is strictly by appointment through Eddisons as the sole agent.

To arrange a viewing or for more information, contact Oliver Brittain or Joe Berry at Eddisons in Cambridge, 01223 467155 or through

Eddisons appointed as agent on new-build industrial scheme in Peterborough

Eddisons has been appointed as the sole agent for a new-build industrial scheme in Peterborough following planning consent in August.

Welbeck Court in the Woodston commercial district is the latest development in the city by Barnack Estates UK Ltd and will consist of 10 high specification light industrial/business units in sizes ranging from 1,300 to 6,580 sq ft.

Eddisons has acted on behalf of the developer on a number of schemes across the eastern region including the high profile Eagle Business Park in Yaxley and, currently, at Enterprise Park in Yaxley as well as Vision Business Park, near Biggleswade, Bedfordshire.

Image courtesy of Barnack Estates UK Ltd


Work on site at Welbeck Way is already underway, with the units estimated to be ready for occupation by Spring 2024.

Eddisons confirms that initial enquiries are already being handled by its Peterborough office, with interest already higher than expected.

For more information about the forthcoming units at Welbeck Way, Woodston, Peterborough, contact Gavin Hynes at Eddisons on 01733 897722, [email protected] or through

Gym is where the heart is for new Trinity Hall tenant

Creating a martial arts gym with family and community at its heart is the aim of the latest occupier at Trinity Hall Industrial Estate.

The unit on Nuffield Road in Cambridge, according to Eddisons, whose local agency was under instruction on behalf of the landlord, is almost good to go.

Founded by trained & qualified instructor, Amin SharifiAmin Martial Arts, has taken a three year lease on a 2,174 sq ft (202 sq m) business premises at Unit B on the estate which is being fitted out ahead of opening this autumn as a dedicated martial arts gym.

Unit B was the smallest in the latest phase of four units let by the agents.

The latest occupier began a search for premises last year and, in ruling out a number of units out of Cambridge, decided on Unit B in preference to another unit in the city due to its convenient location and accessibility.

According to Amin Sharifi, Amin Martial Arts will be one of its kind in Cambridge with multiple classes running across the day and sessions tailored for children, teenagers & adults.

With a vision to foster an inclusive feel to the training sessions, where parents & guardians are as welcome as the children & teenagers, as opposed to just a ‘drop off & pick up’ routine, the fit out specification includes a sitting & viewing area and high quality food & beverage vending machines.

Facilities will include showers & changing rooms in appealing to clients looking for pre-work & lunchtime training sessions.

This is Amin Sharifi’s first solo venture and he will be looking to recruit additional, qualified trainers once the gym is up and running.

Announcing the letting of Unit B to Amin Martial Arts, Eddisons’ Joe Berry said, “Amin starts with a well located and solid premises at Trinity Hall Industrial Estate on which he can overlay his vision for a special kind of martial arts gym in the city.

“The estate is a bit of a hidden gem unless you are familiar with the area.

“It bridges the gap between the Science Park and Cambridge North Railway Station employment areas and the residential neighbourhoods of Chesterton while being accessible from the A14 at the Milton interchange too.”

For more information about the availability of industrial units to let in the Cambridge area, contact Joe Berry on 01223 467155, email: [email protected], or through

Studio-style office to let in Cambridge ‘boho’ district

Eddisons is the sole agent instructed to let studio-style office premises in what the agency describes as Cambridge’s ‘boho’ district.

The 875 sq ft (81 sq m) self-contained business premises are at 13-15 Covent Garden, off the city’s Mill Road and close to the historic city centre.

Available on flexible lease terms, the two storey offices have a brand new fit out across the accommodation which includes an open plan office for a maximum of 12 work stations, a meeting room, a breakout space & kitchen.

While self-contained, there is access to courtyard space and bike storage which is shared with the architectural practice who occupies the neighbouring office.

The Mill Road area, close to Cambridge’s main railway station, is a vibrant commercial & residential neighbourhood in the city.

It has an eclectic mix of retail operators, including independent cafés & restaurants as well as more established trading names.

Mill Road connects the heart of historic city with the ring road and is the location for the award winning, newly-built Cambridge Central Mosque – Europe’s first eco-friendly mosque.

Streets off Mill Road, such as Covent Garden, host a number of office, workshop & studio businesses in a range of premises often in properties converted from either previous industrial uses associated with the railway works or residential use.

Commenting on this latest office instruction, Joe Berry of Eddisons’ Cambridge office, said, “This is a one-off property which is likely to suit a new or growing business in the creative or associated industries.

“That being said, it could also suit a company in the professional business services sector looking to be part of the boho vibe of the Mill Road area.”

Viewing of the premises at 13-15 Covent Garden, Cambridge is strictly by appointment through Eddisons as the sole agent.

To arrange a viewing or for more information, contact Joe Berry or Ben Green at Eddisons’ office on Pound Hill – 01223 467155 or through

New clinic use for former social club in Market Harborough

A new skincare and medical aesthetics clinic is set to launch in former social club premises on Coventry Road, Market Harborough, confirms the East Midlands agency of Eddisons.

Called Lumi SKN, the clinic will open in early September at 40 Coventry Road in the market town.

The Market Harborough clinic is a new venture for business partners and experienced practitioners, Liz Appleton & Emily-Louise Varnfield who have worked together in skincare and aesthetics at a salon in Kettering for seven years.

Liz is a qualified medical practitioner and both business women were keen to find premises in which they could create a premium clinic-style setting to reflect the fact that Lumi SKN’s treatments and services go beyond that of a mainstream beauty salon.

The clinic’s offering also includes stocking top-of-the-range beauty devices that allow fellow aestheticians to provide Lumi SKN’s bespoke results to their own clients.

Liz and Emily-Louise’s search for premises didn’t take too long before finding 40 Coventry Road, a detached, two-storey building, with cellar, totalling 1,810 sq ft (168.15 sq m), in a prominent location in the town – and with parking.

Inside, the layout of the premises was along the lines of a traditional social club.

There was formal reception/hallway area that opened up to the members’ main bar area and kitchen. Upstairs, there was a series of meeting/committee rooms and a storeroom.

In transforming the premises with a high specification fit out programme ahead of Lumi SKN’s launch in September, both business women acknowledge that the basic social club layout offered a good starting point.

Liz explains, “While there’s a total revamp of fixtures, fittings and décor, of course, our fit out has overlaid much of original layout.

Where once there were committee rooms, now there are treatment rooms and we still have a statement entrance.

Eddisons was the sole agent under instruction to let 40 Coventry Road and Amanda Lawrence, Agency Surveyor, who negotiated the lease on behalf of the landlord, said, “It was clear from the outset that the partners could instantly see beyond the velour and the wood panelling of the social club.

Both women have a clear vision of what their clinic’s offer to clients will be and, in 40 Coventry Road, they have a premium property and location in which to present themselves to new clientele.

For more information about commercial lettings in Market Harborough and the surrounding area, contact Amanda Lawrence at Eddisons, tel: 01536 483400, [email protected] or through

Freehold of former golf course land to the fore for Eddisons

A former 9-hole golf course is the latest land sale agency freehold instruction for Eddisons this summer.

The firm’s Northampton & Kettering offices are co-leading agency on the 20 acre (8.10 hectare) site located within two miles of the M5 motorway (Junctions 6&7) and overlooking the centre of the cathedral city of Worcester & the Black Mountains beyond.

An elevated site, between Tolladine Road & Newton Road, the strategic land is to the northeast of the city centre and set in a residential area.

Eddisons’ agents advise that the site is suitable for a range of leisure uses, subject to planning permission, and is identified in the South Worcestershire Development Plan adopted in 2016 but now, currently, under review.

Offers are sought by Eddisons for the freehold of the site, and access to the land for sale is by permission only through the agent.

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