Cambridge is the capital of UK life sciences
Cambridge is a leading location for the UK’s research and development sector and a new wave of innovation-led growth is being supported by investment in skills, infrastructure and housing.
The unique set of conditions which has fueled the the ‘Cambridge Phenomenon’
– the cluster of technology firms around Cambridge – will continue to support existing and new organisations to achieve their full potential.
|Cambridgeshire Guided Busway|
|Cambridge railway station||4 minutes|
|Trumpington park and ride||6 minutes|
|Cambridge city centre||16 minutes|
|Bus (up to 60 per hour)|
|Cambridge railway station||10 minutes|
|Cambridge city centre||14 minutes|
|Stansted Airport||40 minutes|
|London King’s Cross||48 minutes|
|London Liverpool Street||72 minutes|
|M11 Motorway (Junction 11)||1.8 miles|
|Cambridge city centre||2.2 miles|
|Stansted Airport||29 miles|
|London – M25/M11 Intersection||40 miles|
|City of London||62 miles|
The campus is served by 60 local bus services an hour during weekdays and is on the Cambridgeshire Guided Busway, which provides frequent, reliable public transport along the A14 corridor linking Huntingdon and St Ives to central Cambridge, Addenbrooke’s Hospital, the Cambridge Biomedical Campus and Trumpington to the south. The southern entrance to CBC, directly adjoining the Phase 2 is accessed via Addenbrooke’s Road and is just 2 miles from M11 (J11).