Commercial property consultancy and letting advice for East Anglia
Looking to buy or let office or industrial space in East Anglia. Need commercial property consultancy advice? Speak to our regional team based in our Cambridge office.
Our coverage of the East Anglian commercial property market
Our Cambridge professional team is based just two miles from the city centre with easy access to the A14, M11 and A428. From here we work alongside our neighbouring London, Chelmsford, Luton and Milton Keynes offices, to cover the wider Eastern Region from the M11 corridor and A1 corridor right up to Peterborough and Lincolnshire beyond.
Our team provides transactional and consultancy services to a wide selection of clients across the private and public sectors. We advise on commercial and residential property and development land to all the national lending banks in addition to a range of funds, property companies, investors, developers, owner occupiers, tenants and government bodies.
As part of the UK's largest integrated property services group, we provide a full range of property advice including office agency, industrial agency, retail agency, investment agency, planning and development consultancy, valuation, lease renewal and rent review work, property management services, public sector consultancy, building consultancy and business rates advice.
We work with some of the largest occupiers in the area and act on many major schemes throughout the region including:
- Castle Park, Cambridge
- Bar Hill Trading Estate, Cambridge
- Cambridge Commercial Park
- Abbotsgate House, Bury St Edmunds
- St Vincenet House, Ipswich
- Broadland Business Park, Norwich
- Stuart House, Peterborough
View commercial property to let or for sale from our Cambridge office
Market statistics at your fingertips
How much office or industrial space was let or sold in the last quarter? Find out with our office and industrial reports. We produce the most up to date statistics on our market places, providing a complete overview of the most recent transactions, take-up and supply in the Eastern region's commercial property market.
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