Honeybourne Place takes shape

A time-lapse video has been released showing £12million offices taking shape in Cheltenham. (Article by Gloucestershirelive – Conor Gogarty)

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From early 2019, the six-storey Honeybourne Place, in Jessop Avenue, will provide more than 64,000 square feet of grade A office space.
Developer Formal Investments and contractor Barnwood Construction say it is the first new-build office development in Cheltenham for many years.
The building is designed to attract up to 500 new jobs to a site that was previously a private car park.
The design, by Roberts Limbrick architects of Gloucester, features materials including limestone, glass and rainscreen cladding.
The available spaces range from 7,400 square feet on the ground floor to more than 11,600 square feet on the middle storeys, as well as more than 10,000 square feet on the top floor.
Formal Investments believes rent is likely to be more than £30 per square foot.
Samantha Organ, a building surveyor for The National Trust, was one of several property experts to visit the development site recently.
She said: “What a fantastic building Honeybourne Place is. The sights from the top were absolutely breathtaking. Whoever takes the top floor will have wonderful views from their offices.”
Adam Welland, senior contracts manager at Gloucester-based Barnwood Construction, said: “We are excited to be helping create this excellent new addition to Cheltenham’s Business Quarter.
“Having worked with Formal Investments on previous projects, we know that Honeybourne Place will be a building of the highest quality and a real positive for the local economy.”

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