Haverhill Research Park’s archaeological findings will be reported in a talk by Headland archaeology on Wednesday 8th of May, 7:30 pm at Days Inn Haverhill. This will be an opportunity to discover just what has been unearthed prior to work commencing.
Whilst speaking of work, those contractors have been busy, even with the array of seasons that Mother Nature has thrown at them recently!
When you have been patiently waiting at the traffic lights you may have noticed that trees and hedging have been planted on the ‘Sainsbury’s side’ of the development. This includes a buffer zone to the rear and side of the site, where Taylor Wimpey are soon to start work on their housing development. So imminent is this that the contractors have moved their site office further up the Research Park, close to where the Lake will be dug. Marstons family pub/ restaurant are soon to be on site too as their plot has dried out well in the recent March winds and they are planning to be open for November!
As for me, I am planning to be located on the Research Park in June, weather and work permitting, and very much look forward to welcoming my first site visitors. I can be contacted on firstname.lastname@example.org or 01440 716950.
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...