South Cambridgeshire is uniquely placed to offer businesses everything they need to develop, whilst at the same time providing an environment and quality of life for the people that the Hailfax Building Society recently rated as number one in their survey of rural locations in the UK.

South Cambridgeshire boundaries the City of Cambridge, and is home to both Granta Park and Babraham Campus which provide a focus for excellence and expertise alongside facilities for large and small businesses. With a highly skilled workforce, South Cambridgeshire is at the top of the national indicators for employment and academic success. It’s a talent pool that existing and new businesses are able to tap into and benefit from.

The M11/A1 and A14/A428 provide fast road links across the country, whilst on the trains it is just 45 minutes from Cambridge into London.

South Cambridgeshire understands that economic development and associated growth benefits all members of the community. Therefore the District Council is working with developers to provide the long term answers to housing demand. Sites on the Western fringe of Cambridge are under construction now and the new town of Northstowe will be the next major development.

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