Work to redevelop the former Scott House site as a new 60,535 sq ft office building is moving forward with enabling works following completion of the demolition. Once the work is complete, the site will be handed over to Abstract Securities’ contractors and construction is scheduled to begin in spring next year, with completion targeted for spring 2018.
This new office, The Florence Building, is an exciting step forward in the redevelopment of Basing View and will bring new companies to the business park, creating more jobs and more opportunities for both local businesses and residents.
At 60,000 sq ft and offering office accommodation spread over ground and four upper floors, it will offer flexible, virtually column-free floor plates from approximately 12,000 sq ft and will include 203 car parking spaces. The building will target a BREEAM ‘Excellent’ environmental standard and an EPC Rating of A.« Back to news
Village Hotel Basingstoke has officially opened its doors, following a £25 million investment from Village Hotel Club. Marking the occasion, Cllr Diane Taylor, the Mayor of Basingstoke and Deane, her consort, Dr. Andy Taylor and Enterprise M3 Director Linda Cheung joined General Manager Nalin Daud to celebrate Village’s 31st hotel opening and an exciting new […]Read more »
Basingstoke and Deane continues to demonstrate it is a workplace winner, following the release of the latest office take-up figures. Last year, office lettings across the borough totalled almost 305,000 sq ft with 52% of these on Basing View, the town’s 65-acre central business district. Significant deals on Basing View included the 37,000 sq ft […]Read more »
A new 40,000 sq ft Grade A office scheme is set to become the latest addition to Basing View as plans moved a step closer. Benchmark, a new office building featuring a contemporary reception, roof terrace and a multi-storey car park, has been granted full planning permission from Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council. The new […]Read more »
Construction of a new business-class hotel in Basingstoke’s central business district is expected to complete in January. Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council’s Leader Cllr Ken Rhatigan and the Cabinet Member for Regeneration and Property Cllr John Izett visited the Village Hotel site at Basing View to catch up on its progress. Since October, contractor Willmott […]Read more »