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
People are being asked for their views on plans to ensure the borough’s economy remains resilient for years to come. A consultation on the draft Economic Growth Strategy is now open for people to give their feedback. The strategy has been prepared by Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council after working with local partners, businesses and […]Read more »
Mark Glatman’s Abstract Securities have announced that they have let ‘The Florence Building’ in Basingstoke, to Sovereign Housing Association, and subsequently sold the entire share capital of the Company which owns the asset, on behalf of its shareholders, to LGIM Real Assets (Legal & General). Legal and General has bought the building on behalf of […]Read more »
A major Basingstoke employer is set to get a new home after plans were approved by Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council. Long-established international pharmaceutical company, Eli Lilly and Company, will move its employees into a new 45,000 sq ft headquarters at Basing View after planning permission for the new development was granted last month. Supported […]Read more »
Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council has forward funded a new office in Basing View for one of Basingstoke’s most long-established international occupiers, Eli Lilly and Company, through its pioneering ‘Invest to Grow Fund.’ This is the first project to be supported by the ‘Invest to Grow Fund’, which is aimed at stimulating commercial property and […]Read more »