Wellington House, Cambridge - CB1 1BH
A 1970s building, this prominent office block has a glass exterior, offering excellent views and natural light. A contemporary reception area and boardroom offer a warm atmosphere with wooden features, artworks and light, neutral décor. With its glass exterior, the offices enjoy plenty of natural light and superb views, creating a pleasant working environment. The property has been refurbished to an excellent standard, to provide a range of high-quality office suites. Accessible 24-hours a day, there are excellent amenities including conference facilities and meeting rooms, parking spaces and reception services.
This space is located in the centre of the historic University city of Cambridge. Local amenities including retail and restaurant facilities are easily accessible from this location, meaning there is plenty to do away from the office. The university has had an enormous impact on the development of the city, both through providing direct employment and as a driver for scientific research. Cambridge is well served by public transport, and the railway station has services to London and Birmingham, as well as links to Stansted Airport.
- Building Features
- Business Support
- Administrative support
- Reception services
- Telephone answering
- IT / Telecomms
- AV equipment
- IT support
- Shared Internet
- 24-hour access
- Security system
- Services & Amenities
- Conference facilities
- Meeting rooms
- Workspace Features
- Access to other centres nationwide
- Access to other centres worldwide
- City/town centre
- Close to mainline train station
- Modern building
Local Area Info
The city of Cambridge is located in East Anglia and is the administrative centre of the county of Cambridgeshire and is also a university town. Cambridge and the surrounding area are known as Silicon Fen due to the many high tech companies and businesses that operate in the region. Some of the large companies which are based in Cambridge include CSR, Abcam, CamSemi and Acorn Computers. The university of Cambridge is partially responsible for the density of technology industries in the area because of the availability of skilled human resources and entrepreneurship that the university supplies.
Microsoft made the decision to locate its UK Microsoft Research offices to a technology park of the University of Cambridge. Other major headquarters include Tetra, Pye Telecommunications and Marshall Aerospace. The city is served by the Marshall Airport and there is an extensive road, rail and bus network. The availability of skilled human resources coupled with its thriving economy makes Cambridge an ideal site for office relocation.
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