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Hotel developer sought for University of Cambridge project

23 April 2014 by
Hotel developer sought for University of Cambridge project

The University of Cambridge is seeking a hotel developer to be involved in what is the establishment's largest single capital project in its 800-year history.

Outline planning consent has been granted for the 150-hectre site of university farmland to be developed as a sustainable, urban extension to the city. As well as a hotel, the North West Cambridge Development will include 3,000 homes, 2,000 post-graduate student space, 100,000 sq m of research space, a primary school, doctors' surgery and retail units.

Roger Taylor, project director of the North West Cambridge Development said that the university, as principal developer, will be providing infrastructure and a site for the development.

"As a world-leading university that welcomes people to the city from around the globe, this development is a rare opportunity for the creation of a hotel that will serve both the university and local economy."

Further information can be obtained by contacting the commercial agents, GVA. Call James Williamson on 020 7911 2109 email: James.williamson@gva.co.uk

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