A sunny day at Haverhill Research Park
5th June 2013
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Today I am pleased to say that I am blogging al fresco ! I have escaped Room 101 and I am sitting on the deck outside the hotel sunning myself and typing next to the bright pink flowers of the ‘elephant ears.’ Having popped along to Haverhill Research Park site today , I am pleased to report that the front hedging and trees are really greening up well. The contractors are still on site and today were  working on the path to the left of the Main entrance. Perhaps most significantly though is the appearance of a new and shiny sign pointing to the entrance of the Park. Somehow when you see the highways sign going up it drives home how imminent the opening of the park will be. Although I am not yet on site, (the strange weather we have experienced so far this year has really caused that)  I will be soon  and can’t wait to watch the landscape of the park change, firstly with the arrival of The Arboretum, the Taylor Wimpey new homes, and the new Marstons Pub/ restaurant .I think it’s worth reminding you at this stage that we are offering design and build of bespoke buildings on the research park making this a long term project for the town. From agreeing a plot to employees walking into a brand new building can take as little as fifteen months, and for me personally this will be the most exciting aspect to watch unfold. For more information on the possibilities at Haverhill Research Park please contact me ,Helen Chaplin on 01440 761950 or on helen@haverhillresearchpark.com

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Helen C

Member since: 8th February 2013

Hi, I'm the new Site Representative for Haverhill Research Park,the new home for technology companies on the Suffolk, Essex and Cambridgeshire border. Haverhill Research Park will bring the Cambridge science...

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