Cambridge is the home to a range of well know R&D, technology and life sciences companies. Those companies include: AstraZeneca, Napp Pharmaceuticals, Samsung, Hewlett Packard, Toshiba, Microsoft, Amgen, Citrix, Huawei, Qualcomm and Apple.

A hub for High Tech Business

With an intelligent work force and the highest number of patents filed per head of population, Cambridge is arguably the UK’s most innovative city and perfect location for high-tech business.

While excellent regional, national and international transport links makes it the place to be.

Cambridge is one of the leading R&D centres in the world and is often referred to as ‘Silicon Fen’.

ECONOMY

In the Centre for Cities, Cities Outlook 2015 report, Cambridge is ranked in the UK:

1st for Innovation with 65.6 patents granted in 2013 per 100,000 residents this was more than 3.5 times the next most innovative city.

1st in terms of the highest proportion of highly skilled workers with just over 65% of its population with high level skills.

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Cambridge residents with a degree level qualification

Residents in Cambridge are the highest qualified in the country, with 46% of the residents gaining a degree qualification. (cambridgeshire.gov.uk)

Cambridge is the UK’s most innovative city

More patents per head than the next 5 most innovative cities combined.
(Cities Outlook 2015)

Highest graduate employment rate in the UK
(orr 2014)

 

The Location

Radio House is conveniently located, between the city centre and the northern fringe business parks and overlooks meadows and the River Cam. The City Centre is easily accessible by car, bicycle or foot and offers a vast array shops and restaurants.

The new Cambridge North Railway Station opened in May 2017 and offers quick access into London.

The cycleway running along the river Cam will offer tenants quick access to the new station.

Chesterton has extensive amenities and facilities, these include: pubs, nursery, high street with shops, medical centre, community and a petrol station.

Transport & Travel

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1 in 3 people cycle to work

Cambridge has the highest level of cycling in the country.
(Cambridge City Council)

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DISTANCE VIA Walking

Cambridge city centre:
0.75 miles

Cambridge Train Station:
1.6 miles

Cambridge North Train Station: 1.2 miles

DISTANCE VIA ROAD

Cambridge city centre:
0.75 miles

M11 (Junction 11): 3 miles

Stansted Airport: 28 miles

M25/M11 (J27): 39 miles

Central London: 62 miles

TRAVEL TIMES VIA bike

Cambridge city centre:
2 minutes

Cambridge Train Station:
10 minutes

Cambridge North Train Station: 5 minutes

TRAVEL TIMES VIA RAIL*

King’s Cross Station:
45 minutes

Liverpool Street Station:
1 hour 10 minutes

Stansted Airport: 31 minutes

Heathrow Airport:
1 hour 55 minutes

International Airports

London Stanstead: 30 minutes

Cambridge International:
5 minutes

Gatwick: 1 hour 35 minutes

Luton: 59 minutes

Heathrow: 1 hour 23 minutes

† Distance from Station Road

(Source www.theaa.com/route-planner)

* Times from Cambridge Station

(Source www.nationalrail.co.uk)

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Cambridge is the home to a range of well know R&D, technology and life sciences companies. Those companies include: AstraZeneca, Napp Pharmaceuticals, Samsung, Hewlett Packard, Toshiba, Microsoft, Amgen, Citrix, Huawei, Qualcomm and Apple.

A hub for High Tech Business

With an intelligent work force and the highest number of patents filed per head of population, Cambridge is arguably the UK’s most innovative city and perfect location for high-tech business.

While excellent regional, national and international transport links makes it the place to be.

Cambridge is one of the leading R&D centres in the world and is often referred to as ‘Silicon Fen’.

ECONOMY

In the Centre for Cities, Cities Outlook 2015 report, Cambridge is ranked in the UK:

1st for Innovation with 65.6 patents granted in 2013 per 100,000 residents this was more than 3.5 times the next most innovative city.

1st in terms of the highest proportion of highly skilled workers with just over 65% of its population with high level skills.

The Location

Radio House is conveniently located, between the city centre and the northern fringe business parks and overlooks meadows and the River Cam. The City Centre is easily accessible by car, bicycle or foot and offers a vast array shops and restaurants.

The new Cambridge North Railway Station is expected to be operational in mid-2017 and will offer quick access into London.

The cycleway running along the river Cam will offer tenants quick access to the new station.

Chesterton has extensive amenities and facilities, these include: pubs, nursery, high street with shops, medical centre, community and a petrol station.

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DISTANCE VIA Walking

Cambridge city centre:
0.75 miles

Cambridge Train Station:
1.6 miles

Cambridge North Train Station: (May 2017) 1.9 miles

TRAVEL TIMES VIA bike

Cambridge city centre:
2 minutes

Cambridge Train Station:
2 minutes

Cambridge North Train Station: (May 2017) 5 minutes

DISTANCE VIA ROAD

Cambridge city centre:
0.75 miles

M11 (Junction 11): 3 miles

Stansted Airport: 28 miles

M25/M11 (J27): 39 miles

Central London: 62 miles

TRAVEL TIMES VIA RAIL*

King’s Cross Station:
45 minutes

Liverpool Street Station:
1 hour 10 minutes

Stansted Airport: 31 minutes

Heathrow Airport:
1 hour 55 minutes

International Airports

London Stanstead: 30 minutes

Cambridge International:
5 minutes

Gatwick: 1 hour 35 minutes

Luton: 59 minutes

Heathrow: 1 hour 23 minutes

† Distance from Station Road

(Source www.theaa.com/route-planner)

* Times from Cambridge Station

(Source www.nationalrail.co.uk)

1 in 3 people cycle to work

Cambridge has the highest level of cycling in the country.
(Cambridge City Council)