Cambridge South

An exciting proposal for a new science park on the southern fringe of the city

Cambridge South:
a development in perfect sync with the city’s reputation, key to Cambridge’s future growth in innovation and discovery.

Key development features

  • a 170 ha site with capacity to accommodate:
  • a state-of-the-art science park of 85,000 sq. m affording space for the continued growth of the life science cluster on the southern fringe
  • a residential community of up to 1,250 new homes with a range of amenities supporting growth
  • a new country park
  • a high-profile gateway to the city from the south

Perfect accessibility

  • immediate access to the M11
  • close to the Park & Ride
  • easy access to guided bus
  • close to the Cambridge Biomedical Campus and Addenbrooke’s Hospital
  • easy access to the Cambridge-London rail line
  • new cycleways and footpaths will link to the current network

Cambridge – fast facts

  • world-class University
  • world-renowned teaching/research hospital
  • numerous international research institutes
  • one of the largest clusters of high-tech/biotech companies in Europe
  • Cambridge South is supported by a number of leading research institutions and businesses connected with Cambridge
  • fast-growing R&D cluster – annual average take-up of floorspace of circa 55,000 sq. m with annual take-up set to rise to 100,000 sq. m

Points of interest on the aerial photograph:

  1. Trumpington Park & Ride
  2. Trumpington Meadows
  3. Glebe Farm
  4. Junction 11 of the M11
  5. Great Kneighton housing development
  6. Bio-Medical Campus
  7. Addenbrooke's Hospital
  8. Great Shelford Rugby Club
site development