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Launch of the Bradfield Centre, Cambridge Science Park

23 January 2018

In 2015, Stace were approached by Trinity’s Client Advisors, Bidwells, to support the delivery of a new state of the art technology centre.

The centre is named after Sir John Bradfield, former founder of Cambridge Science Park and renowned biologist and entrepreneur.

Set to continue Sir John’s legacy, the centre is the first development to be built as part of the new wave of investment into Trinity College’s Science Park and is expected to become a focal point for Cambridge’s ever expanding technology sector.

Part funded by the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, the Centre is managed by workspace operators Central Working on behalf of Trinity College.

Aside from the spectacular building itself, the centre will also offer ‘Accelerator Programmes’, designed to support and progress small businesses at an exponential rate.

The aim is to use the collaborative and state of the art work space of The Bradfield Centre to attract ambitious entrepreneurs and SMEs, both from Cambridge and the surrounding area, to further support Cambridge’s growth as one of the UKs technology, innovation and business hot spots.

Following a soft launch back in July, the Centre was officially launched on the 6 December. Stace provided Cost Management services.