Cambridge’s ever-growing economy has led developers to plan more and more laboratory space in the city.
But with so many of these former commercial units proposed, what is the cost to residents?
the Cambridge Independent Launch a simple survey below to share your thoughts on the city center and its future.
The Beehive Center and The Grafton are among the areas where stores are set to become laboratories, with only a small amount of retail remaining in the locations.
There are also plans for former downtown office spaces to become hotels, such as the Hobson House and Lion Yard.
With the East of England set to be one of the best performing regions in the country for economic growth between 2024-26, according to EY’s latest regional economic outlook, demand for space is likely to increase.
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