Crossrail, WRAtH and Slough Regeneration Partnership’s £1 billion investment will all contribute to the regeneration of Slough, improving commercial and residential investment values, the aesthetics and offering within the town centre, and local employment levels and labour supply. These welcome changes will have a positive impact on Slough’s office market and will encourage new occupiers to the area.
234 Bath Road is a new grade A specification headquarters office building, providing 70,656 sq ft arranged over the ground and two upper floors, along with 223 car parking spaces.
Construction is underway and the building will be ready for occupation in early 2016. It has been designed to maximise sustainability and offers a BREEAM ‘very good’ rating.
Caroline Waldron of Lambert Smith Hampton explains: “234 Bath Road is the first example of office construction in Slough after a number of years, demonstrating that confidence is back in the market and highlighting that Crossrail and the Slough Regeneration Project will become major catalysts for changing the face of ‘old Slough’ and also creating ‘new Slough’.”
Interest should be registered with:
Caroline Waldron, Lambert Smith Hampton - firstname.lastname@example.org - 01628 678 184