Steelwork has now begun at Prospero Ansty Park for the new 90,000 sq ft office development on behalf of Cadent.
This purpose-built scheme will provide Cadent with a new, high-spec HQ which will be ready for occupation in early 2022. The site is being developed by Manse Opus and funded by the Lime Property Fund, managed by Aviva Investors.
Manse Opus is a collaboration between Edinburgh based Manse LLP and locally based Opus Land. The company was appointed by Rolls-Royce, who own and partly occupy the park, to lead development and regeneration of surplus land.
This deal will be one of the UK’s largest out of town office lettings and it is the second pre-let by Manse Opus having recently completed the new award-winning headquarters comprising a 495,000 sq ft building for Meggitt PLC, which was also funded by the Lime Property Fund. The success of Prospero Ansty to date is confirmation of the superior location and existing established infrastructure.
The scheme has been designed to meet BREEAM “Very Good” with significant provision of photovoltaic panels both on the roof and incorporated into the brise soleil; rainwater harvesting; optimisation of natural lighting; car charging points; extensive landscaping and sustainable drainage systems.
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Prospero Ansty Park is capable of accommodating circa 1,500,000 sq ft, with potential to develop a single building of circa 1 million sq ft. For more information about this perfectly located super-site, see the website here.