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Life Sciences

Creating spaces for the Life Sciences sector to live, learn and work

Thanks to advances in modern medicine, we are living longer than ever, but we are also more demanding of our healthcare providers.

It follows that Life Science is an industry that truly affects all of us. Add to that, the impact of the recent global pandemic, and we are even more aware of the importance of the UK science, technology and research sector - its advances and positive outcomes being discovered.

In a report by Bidwells supported by pollsters YouGov entitled Life Sciences 2030 it is clear that the demand for high-quality and flexible laboratory and research space for the life sciences sector is in demand.

What's more, lower carbon design and operation of buildings has become an ever more important criteria for investors, whose shareholders have stringent requirements around ESG (Economic, Social, Governance), all underpinned by government targets. Add to that, educated tenants, who want to work in sustainable environments, and the decision to ‘go green’ is vital.

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A close up of the living roof on top of the GSK Building at the University of Nottingham
The GlaxoSmithKine (GSK) Building for the University of Nottingham was one our flagship projects, of which the learnings of which underpin our carbon calculation tool CarboniCa
Aerial view of the Sawston Research park in Cambridge
The team in Cambridge are currently delivering projects as part of the Unity Campus development in Sawston, which is aimed at attracting SME and large life sciences businesses to the area
LIHE (The London Institute for Healthcare Engineering) will focus on key clinical challenges in cancer, neurological, cardiovascular, ophthalmology, oral health and prenatal conditions

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