Across the UK there exists a growing breed of purpose built business location. Based on Silicon Valley campus-style layouts with a singularly British twist, technology parks are fast becoming the most desirable locations for both established and up and coming businesses alike. Cody Technology Park is a great example of this structure.
The buildings offered within the park range from offices to labs, storage and data centre facilities. It is a campus that benefits from unrivalled amenities and security. There’s a vast range of size and variety of space that enables start ups to rub shoulders with old timers. When both parties can benefit from this close proximity, there is huge development potential that adds further value to working within this environment.
Nestled in Hampshire amongst leafy surroundings between Farnborough and Fleet, the location of Cody Technology Park is an unique combination of accessibility and tranquility. There’s a subsidised shuttle bus that runs from Farnborough station during commuter hours and substantial car parking capability. So workers, visitors and clients all benefit from close proximity both to the M3 and to the rail network running across the south from London Waterloo.
A lot can be divined from the organisations that have chosen to make Cody Technology Park their professional home. Scientific and technological solutions enterprise Quinetiq is the largest occupant at Cody Technology Park. They benefit from the unparalleled security levels that are offered within the site. Other occupants range from technology to data to utilities organisations. All of whom enjoy the facilities of the site and the business community that has become established between these occupants.
Flexibility – within this campus based location, there is scope for businesses to relocate to larger premises within the park itself. This is great for continuity whilst allowing a business to thrive and grow naturally.
Technology – to understand what makes Cody different to other parks is to understand the difference between a business park and a technology park. The clue is in the name. At Cody technology park, as well as all the conferencing and business facilities that you would expect to find within a business park, there is access to workshops, laboratories and other research facilities that enable innovation. Hence the technology focus.
Community – as the business community extends within Cody Technology Park, the scope for proactive networking increases. With excellent conferencing facilities available within the park, occupiers are able to network in both structured and informal environments.
Security – as a campus based business accommodation, Cody Technology Park offers heightened security for businesses. As data legislation becomes more complex, it is clear that security provision is an increasing priority across industries. This makes the secure data storage that this park facilitates a main priority for incoming firms.
All the business benefits that we’ve explored within the park are extensive and are reason alone to locate a business to Cody Technology Park. However, what about personal and lifestyle benefits to working on campus? A modern commercial environment demands the ability to offer a balance of health, lifestyle and working focus to its inhabitants. At Cody Technology Park, restaurant and gym facilities mean that occupiers to the park are able to facilitate a balance for their workforce. A well equipped day nursery which adjoins the site offers convenient childcare for working families. In addition, the location of the park means that both on and off road cycle routes enable sustainable travel for workers who want to get out of their cars!
Cody Technology Park is an unique business space. It offers unparalleled security and flexible accommodation that supports and facilitates growing organisations. At Curchod & Co we are proud to work with such a location. For more information, get in touch with Nick Reeve or Matthew Seary on 01252 710822.
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