The signs are approximately 20 ft wide by 7 ft high and feature the research park logo, the design of which is based on a DNA helix, demonstrating the spark of creativity, research and innovation that will be a feature of the park.
The carved lettering features the colours of the park’s logo and will be lit-up after dark.
Nic Rumsey, director of Carisbrooke Developments says: “The signs will project a feeling of quality, solidity and dependability for the park and will also act as a gateway to Haverhill. We want the town to be proud of its new development and for companies to be attracted to this location which offers significant economic advantages over the business and research parks closer to Cambridge, yet has the same post code,” adds Rumsey.
The Park will provide a maximum of 450,000 sq ft of office / laboratory / technology space and supporting accommodation for a wide spectrum of companies from start-ups to global players.
Proposals being worked up include an Innovation Centre, grow on space and bespoke buildings together with a hotel, restaurant and crèche. Marstons Brewery will soon be building a family pub and house developer Taylor Wimpey is shortly to commence a 150 unit residential development on land adjacent to the site.
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