Posted on: September 25, 2014
Construction of the Sovereign Harbour Innovation Park has started in Eastbourne with site clearance and piling works.
The 5.5 acre business park is being created by economic development company Sea Change Sussex, with support from Eastbourne Borough Council and East Sussex County Council.
The construction is being carried out by Buckingham Group Contracting, a £300 million turnover, family/owner-managed building company.
The project will bring economic life to a disused site in prestigious Sovereign Harbour, 2.5 miles east of Eastbourne town centre, by attracting expanding businesses and providing jobs.
The first development on the Park will be Pacific House (shown below) – a 2,300m² contemporary business centre.
Pacific House will be able to accommodate up to 70 firms as a mix of small or medium sized businesses or one or two large companies. These occupiers could be start-ups, established local firms, companies from outside the area or a combination of these.
The units available range from 58m² to the entire building, which will be able to accommodate up to 300 employees.
The rest of the Innovation Park offers a range of potential sites for further commercial properties to be developed which could bring total development up to 10,000m² including Pacific House.
Anyone interested in offices within Pacific House or other developments on the Sovereign Harbour Innovation Park should contact one of Sea Change’s agents:
- Richard Harding, Bray Fox Smith: email@example.com; 020 7629 5456
- Chris Broome, Cluttons: firstname.lastname@example.org; 01273 738383
- Alex Hobbis, Hobbis & Dyer: email@example.com; 01424 423626