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Lynch Wood Park makes the Grade for Refurbishment

The approved refurbishment plans will create more than 13,000 sq ft of new Grade A office space with work due to begin early 2020

Owners of Lynch Wood Park in Peterborough have received the green light to embark on a series of refurbishment works following listed planning approval.

We have received confirmation from the Peterborough Planning and Heritage Department that their adapted body of works proposed for the estate had been approved.

The planning decision follows the confirmation from Historic England earlier this year that Lynch Wood Park had been awarded Grade II-listed status. We have adapted our multi-million-pound refurbishment programme to ensure it would be in keeping with the status of the 20th-century building.

Refurbishment works will consist of a series of building upgrades and improvements designed to provide a more tenant-focused offering, including the addition of 13,650 sq ft of new Grade A office space. The refurbishment works are due to start early in 2020.

Works will include sympathetic alterations to the façade of the building which will accommodate a new office entrance and terrace for office workers to dine in.

Internally, a light refurbishment has been proposed for the main entrance and the adjacent room to accommodate a new fitness suite for workers to use. In addition, the existing restaurant will also be refurbished.

Set in picturesque surroundings and boasting a highly striking interior, Lynch Wood Park is located at the heart of Peterborough Business Park, three miles west of Peterborough city centre.

The site currently totals 350,000 sq ft and is set within 11.74 hectares. Lynch Wood Park currently houses over 2,000 employees and is home to a range of businesses, from multi-national companies to local start-ups.

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