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The Cambridge Phenomenon

The East of England is home to 5.5 million people and is one of the fastest growing regional economies in the UK generating £105bn towards the total GDP*. As part of the Greater South East, the Eastern Region is the 10th largest economy in the world.

Cambridge is the heart of a vibrant international technology cluster that applies leading scientific and technological know-how to commercial needs. This consultancy cluster has played a very significant role in the growth of new industry sectors such as industrial inkjet printing, and a range of applications for wireless information and communication technologies.**

Energy and environment is a major development area with internationally influential R&D at the University of Cambridge. By locating at Granta Park, the specialist skills pool, high-quality research and commercialisation activity as well as the collaborative culture are all easily accessible

* Source: East of England Inward Investment 2010

** Cambridge Technopole Report (2008) An overview of the UK’s leading high-technology business cluster

Our Location

Granta Park is ideally positioned within the Cambridge Science Cluster and benefits from excellent access by road and rail due to its South Cambridge location.

Minutes from the M11 motorway, it brings Stansted Airport, London and connections to the North via the A1(M) and the South and West via the M25 within easy reach.

Access to universities, the city centre and mainline stations of Cambridge are just 20 minutes by car. Local road networks make it a trouble-free commute.

Granta Park is served well by public transport, including a frequent public bus and train service from the city centre and surrounding areas.

Granta Park provides a commuter bus to employees that starts at Cambridge train station and picks up at four stops along the way, including Whittlesford Parkway. This service, along with the free car-sharing scheme and support towards a cycle-way linking with Cambridge city centre, is all part of Granta Park’s green travel plan.

Approximate drivetimes:

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connections

road:

  • Cambridge7 miles
  • Newmarket15 miles
  • Bishops Stortford20 miles
  • Central London55 miles

train from whittlesford parkway:

  • Cambridge10 mins
  • Ely40 mins
  • Harlow40 mins
  • London60 mins

airport by car:

  • Stansted10 miles
  • Luton40 miles
  • London - City50 miles
  • Heathrow80 miles