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Marine Business Park Offers Space to Companies

first_imgWith the scheme to provide a new state of the art Marine Business Park in the North Quay area of Hayle now nearing completion, individuals and companies involved in the marine renewables and marine technology sectors are being offered the opportunity to move into the development.The project has been led by Cornwall Council with the support of Cornwall Development Company, who successfully secured European Convergence funding to deliver the first phase of the Marine Business Park, with match funding provided by the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS), the Department of Energy and Climate Change (DECC) and the Council.The scheme forms part of a comprehensive regeneration of Hayle which has planning permission for over 800 homes, the completion of the new North Quay road infrastructure and included the new Asda supermarket on South Quay.The new business park has been delivered as part of a major economic development initiative which has delivered Wave Hub – the grid connected ‘plug’ for testing wave energy devices which lies seven miles of the coast of Hayle.“The aim of this ambitious project is to support the development of the Offshore Marine and Marine Technology Sectors by capitalising on the presence of Wave Hub and the investment in infrastructure on North Quay,” said Julian German, the Council’s Cabinet Member for Economy and Culture. “It forms part of an integrated wider regeneration of Hayle Harbour being led by developers, retail and leisure users.”Close to the town’s amenities, with easy access to the A30, the Marine Business Park comprises a new two storey office building providing varying sized offices and communal meeting rooms, seven industrial units totalling 1520m², all constructed to BREEAM excellent standards, and secure service yards and parking.The business park has quayside access to the sea, with plans for a new slipway in the future. There is also expansion land for a further 800m² of buildings.The Council is now looking for businesses in the marine renewables and marine technology sectors to lease space in the new Business Park.Tenancies will be offered on the basis of either a fixed term or easy in/easy out leases, with rent dependent on the type of accommodation being occupied, but expected to range from £129 per m² (£12 per ft²) for office space and £70 per m² (£6.50 per ft²) for the units. Further information regarding costings will be available from the landlord.One of the first tenants to book space is Wave Hub Ltd who have confirmed they will be leaving their current premises in Foundry Square, Hayle to move into the new Marine Business Park.Managing Director Claire Gibson, said: “We are really impressed with the Business Park, both the quality of the build and the connectivity with the Wave Hub substation.“We look forward to moving in over the next couple of months, and to working closely with the technology developers and supply chain companies that will co-locate with us on the Business Park.”Source/Image: Cornwall Councillast_img read more

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Mexico to vote after violent campaign

first_imgPolls have opened across Mexico for Mexico’s presidential, parliamentary and local elections. Front-runner for president is Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, the left-wing former mayor of Mexico City who has pledged to crack down on corruption. If he wins he will oust the two parties that have governed Mexico for nearly a century. However, campaigning has been marred by some of the worst political violence in the country for decades. BBC Mexico correspondent Will Grant says many voters are keen to replace the government of incumbent President Enrique Peña Nieto. They are angry at Mexico’s sluggish economy as well as widespread corruption and crime, he adds. Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador – often referred to by his initials Amlo – has made tackling corruption the central plank of his campaign, promising to improve wages and pensions by stamping out rampant abuse by the state and by political and business elites.last_img read more