Langage Science Park
Plymouth City Council's Hearder Court development at Langage Science Park included the 'design and construction' of 9no flexible industrial units in 2no blocks with a combined GIA of 30,000 ft/sq.
Developed as fully flexible units ranging in size from 1.268 sq ft to 10,293 sq/ft with potential to be combined to create up to 20,443 sq/ft the units suit both large and small businesses. The internal office were suitably constructed to allow for future expansion horizontally and vertically to a first floor.
Built to an EPC A۪ rating the units include a host of environmental and sustainable features.
The new, highly specified and sustainable workspace scheme was given its name in recognition of Plymouth scientist Jonathan Nash Hearder, an electrical engineer, inventor and educator who developed the induction coil and was an advisor on the first Atlantic cable.
Leader of Plymouth City Council, Councillor Tudor Evans, said: "We have invested £700,000 in creating this wonderful workspace project. Its quality is truly superb and will allow businesses a real opportunity to occupy some first class facilities.''
Commercial / Industrial