£80 million One Station Square in Cambridge wins planning consent (UK)

Brookgate has been granted planning consent for its £80 million (approx. €93 million) One Station Square office development in Cambridge. The scheme, designed by architecture practice Pringle Brandon Perkins+Will, will deliver the largest Grade A office space in the city center.

One Station Square is a part of CB1, the new city quarter in Cambridge, and directly opposite Cambridge Station. The six-storey building provides 129,000 ft² (approx. 12,000 m²) of offices in large, open floorplates, with generous reception zones and top floor terraces. The entire breadth of the ground floor facing the square is retail space, with 12,000 ft² (approx. 1,115 m²) of food, beverage and convenience shopping.

The site is a key element of the wider CB1 masterplan providing a vibrant mixed use scheme for Cambridge city center consisting of commercial, leisure and residential space built around a radically improved public transport interchange at the heart of Cambridge.

One Station Square will contribute to funding the public realm improvements to the station square, and the creation of an improved transport interchange.

Sven Töpel, Chief Executive of Brookgate, said:

“One Station Square is the latest Grade A office scheme to get the go ahead at CB1. The building offers corporate occupiers the opportunity to take modern space in Cambridge’s city center with unrivalled connectivity to the transport network.”

Energy efficiency has been a key driver for the project, which is expected to achieve BREEAM Excellent. The energy strategy developed by Hilson Moran is based on passive design measures – including high performance facades, maximizing natural daylight and low energy lighting which all contribute towards an exemplary low energy building.

The letting agents for the building are Bidwells and Jones Lang LaSalle

Source: Brookgate

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