05 May 2022
Eight sites in Cambridgeshire have been recognised by the Royal Institute of British Architects.
25 March 2022
For the first time, projects across Cambridge and South Cambridgeshire were included.
23 March 2022
Developer Pace Investments has won its appeal following refusal of the plans by Cambridge City Council.
03 March 2022
It follows a seed funding round of about £3m.
15 February 2022
Plus five key themes that involved from discussion with more than 1,000 participants.
04 February 2022
Following research by COEL and Talent Glue, Mantle, Bridge Partners, HCR Hewitsons and Bidwells share their stories.
08 November 2021
Residents opposite the building in East Road have expressed concerns.
22 September 2021
Design and fit-out specialist COEL and business psychologist Kelly Drewery, from Talent Glue, are researching the subject.
31 August 2021
Members of Cambridge Ahead’s young advisory committee explore future working arrangements.
18 August 2021
COEL and business psychologist Kelly Drewery, from Talent Glue, are running a research project called the Way We Work
17 June 2021
12-acre shopping centre offers ‘a unique opportunity for repurposing into life sciences and laboratory accommodation’ say Savills.
08 June 2021
Burnside Lakes would be opened up to the public.
26 March 2021
A sponsored feature looking at the options available on site.
25 March 2021
The Cambridge company is a finalist in the SME Cambridgeshire Business Awards.
25 February 2021
Its report says take-up of office and lab space returned to trend levels in the second half of 2020.
24 February 2021
It has acquired a second site with Peterhouse, and submitted a planning application.
23 February 2021
‘We have got damage to put right,’ said Cllr Lewis Herbert.
11 February 2021
Plans have been submitted for 15,000 sq ft of space.
13 January 2021
The Cambridge Independent has teamed up with COEL, Allia Future Business Centre, Bidwells and Cambridge Science Centre.
19 November 2020
The chain, which includes the Picturehouse in Cambridge, is struggling with the impact of Covid-19