A major property deal has been negotiated that will see the AA make a multi-million pound commitment to keeping its headquarters in Basingstoke in the decades to come by moving into new offices on Basing View. The high profile company that has been synonymous with Basingstoke for over 40 years is set to leave Fanum House and move into new headquarters in Basing View, thanks to Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council’s forward-thinking plan to work with property developer Abstract Securities on a 60,535 sq. ft. state-of-the-art new Grade A office building. The timescale for completion of the office, to be known as The Florence Building, is March 2018.
While other locations were considered by the AA, the availability of this new modern office space, as well as the town’s excellent transport connections, proximity to London and access to a skilled workforce secured the AA’s decision to stay in Basingstoke .
The transformational regeneration programme for Basing View is already well advanced and has seen Waitrose and John Lewis at home locate their largest combined store in the town and Network Rail open a regional campus and training hub here. This new office and the AA’s long term commitment to the town is another exciting step forward in the redevelopment of Basing View.« Back to news
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 »
The large integrated package of infrastructure needed for the Manydown housing development has been given a boost with the announcement of £10.3 million of Government funding. The announcement today (Thursday 1 February) by Housing Secretary Sajid Javid and Chancellor Philip Hammond names Manydown as one of the 32 council-led projects across the South East to […]Read more »