Why Bourn
Quarter?

Cambridge’s research and development industries, universities and specialist research institutions are revered worldwide.

The city and surrounding area has become home to a rich mix of technology based companies from established global businesses to a vibrant mix of start-ups and spin-out companies.

CAMBRIDGE & THE CAMBRIDGE CITY DEAL
This growing network is going to be further supported by the Cambridge City Deal announced by the government and will pledge to:
  • Create an infrastructure investment fund with an innovative gain share mechanism
  • Accelerate delivery of 33,480 planned homes
  • Enable delivery of 1,000 extra new homes on rural exception sites
  • Deliver over 400 new apprenticeships for young people
  • Provide £1 billion of local and national public sector investment, enable an estimated £4 billion of private sector investment in the Greater Cambridge area
  • Create 45,000 new jobs
CAMBRIDGE INNOVATION IN NUMBERS

Our
NEIGHBOURS

Cambridge is a short distance away from Bourn Quarter – as a location it continues to attract a large number of high profile global occupiers.

Beyond its famed universities and historic architecture – it is a city with a vibrant contemporary nightife and a flourishing food and drink scene. Its cultural offering features celebrated museums, theatres and art galleries, including the famous Fitzwilliam Museum – and with its fine collection of modern art – Kettle's Yard.

Quayside, River Cam, Cambridge
Building 2030 Cambourne Business Park
LOCAL OCCUPIERS

Bourn
Village

Closer to home, Bourn village offers excellent local amenities, including a gastropub, restaurants and shops, hotels, schools and an office park. For those looking for leisure activities there is lively sports club, as well as a golf club and gym.

The Plough, Coton
THE OXFORD/CAMBRIDGE INNOVATION ARC

In March of 2019 the Government outlined its ambitions for the Oxford – Cambridge Arc. Earmarking it as an area of significant economic potential and one of the most dynamic and innovative places in Europe today.

Currently the Arc is estimated to annually contribute approximately £111 billion Gross Value Added (GVA) to the UK economy – with productivity throughout the region some 8% higher than the national average. It is predicted that by 2050 this contribution to the economy could be
£300–£400 billion GVA.

In a project that is expected to last some 30 years or more, it is expected it will generate an additional 1 million jobs above the existing 2 million with an additional 1 million homes required to realise this growth.

WEST
CAMBRIDGE

CB23 7FW

Savills

Phillip Ridoutt
07807 999 036
pridoutt@savills.com
Toby Green
07870 555 716
tgreen@savills.com

Savills

Dan Brookes
07929 653 730
daniel.brookes@savills.com
Tom Mellows
07870 555 955
t.mellows@savills.com

CHEFFINS

Philip Woolner
07768 821 399
philip.woolner@cheffins.co.uk
Luke Davenport
07912 656 575
luke.davenport@cheffins.co.uk