The latest Turnstone team news

  • 15th Jun 2014

    Turnstone lets Cambridge offices

    Turnstone Estates has let Discovery House, a 9,034 sq ft office building at Vision Park, Cambridge to the Internet Watch Foundation (IWF).The IWF is a charity and self-regulatory body for the online industry.It has taken a 10-year lease on the detached office building.The deal includes a six-month rent free period, with a break option and rent review in year five.The...

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  • 30th May 2014

    Cine Opens at Turnstone’s St Neots Leisure Scheme

    Cineworld along with restaurants Pizza Express and Frankie & Benny’s have opened for trade in Turnstone’s new leisure scheme in the heart of St Neots. They are shortly to be joined by Prezzo who are fitting out their store and open in June. All are part of Turnstone’s Rowley Arts centre development undertaken in conjunction with landowners, Huntingdonshire District Council...

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  • 12th Apr 2014

    Turnstone appointed Developer for Ely Leisure Village

    East Cambridgeshire District Council (ECDC) has appointed Turnstone Estates as the developer for a new £15 million Cineworld-anchored leisure scheme in Ely.Cambridge-based Turnstone Estates envisages a 47,600 sq ft development, to be known as Ely Leisure Village, comprising a six-screen multiplex cinema with five restaurants and three drive-thru restaurants. There will be parking for 375 cars.Mooky Greidinger, Chief Executive Officer...

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  • 07th Apr 2014

    Turnstone agree deals at Edinburgh House

    Turnstone Estates has agreed two deals at its 19,000 sq ft office scheme Edinburgh House on St John’s Innovation Park in northern Cambridge in a market fast being depleted of available stock.The landlord has let three ground floor suites to Cambridge Medical Innovations, which is an existing tenant. The suites total 3,780 sq ft and the deal means CMI now...

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  • 05th Feb 2014

    Turnstone Estates and Britannia Construction complete Rowley Arts Centre

    Turnstone Estates and Britannia Construction have completed the construction of the £7 million Rowley Arts Centre in St Neots, paving the way for the fit-out of a new six-screen Cineworld cinema and four restaurants.The leisure development on Huntingdon Street sees the regeneration of the 1.5 acre site in the town centre, previously occupied by the old fire station, a recycling...

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