The Assembly is part of the largest knowledge cluster in the ‘Golden Triangle’, compromising 3.16 acres, and will offer a purpose-built home for pioneers and collaborators in the life science and technology sectors.
Expected to achieve BREEAM ‘Excellent’ standard, The Assembly has been designed with whole-life-cycle design principles from the outset and is raising the bar for sustainability in an advanced manufacturing facility.
Situated at the heart of the Golden Triangle, Stevenage is very well connected being 23 minutes from London and 35 minutes from Cambridge by train.
Within this triangle there are four of the world’s top 10 universities for medical and scientific research: University of Cambridge, University of Oxford, Imperial College London and University College London.
The development bolsters the ongoing revitalisation of Stevenage town centre, with restaurant, retail and collaboration spaces at the ground floor level fronting onto a new public square. The introduction of commercial life science space will support existing and future business in the town, bringing footfall and expenditure through the addition of an estimated 1,850 high-value jobs.