Office

Type

815,000 sq ft

Size

Occupier / Development

Opportunity

Chineham Park, Basingstoke

Chineham Park

 

Description:

Chineham Park is an established, high end business park on the edge of Basingstoke town centre and home to 60 companies who employ 4,000 people. Providing a safe, professional and beautifully landscaped environment for staff, the park current occupiers include InteliSecure; Techdata; Lenovo; Brother; CenturyLink and Bovis Homes. Predominantly Grade A office accommodation, with some industrial provision. Amenities include a café, gym, nursery, hairdresser and salon. The business park is owned by Frasers Property Ltd.

Location:

Chineham Park is situated to the north east of Basingstoke town and is accessible from the A33 which leads to Reading. Junction 6 of the M3 motorway, 10 minutes from Basingstoke town centre and 40 miles from Heathrow International. The business park has a rapid electric car charging point; a car share scheme and a courtesy bus service linking the park to Basingstoke train station and its town centre.

Planning status:

The sites are allocated for B1 (business, research and development and light industrial uses) B2 (general industrial) and B8 (storage and distribution) uses within the Basingstoke and Deane District Council Adopted Local Plan May 2016 (2011-2029) under Planning Policy EP1.

For more information see basingstoke.gov.uk

Plot size & estimated employment floor space provision:

7.94 hectares (19.62 acres) of land with development potential across both Chineham Business Park and Hampshire International Business Park.

 

Local authority: Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council
Development address: 200 Cedarwood, Crockford Lane, Chineham Park, Basingstoke RG24 8WD

 

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Marketing agent

Jeremy Metcalfe
Associate
Agency BNP Paribas

Marketing agent

Andrew Newman
Partner
Hollis Hockley

Local authority

Daniel Garnier
Economic Development Manager
Basingstoke and Deane Borough Council

Business Hampshire

Andrew Lubman
Senior Regeneration and Development Officer
Hampshire County Council