Cambridge offers a vibrant retail, restaurant and café culture, with traditional pubs along the river and theatre and live performances in venues such as the Cambridge Arts Theatre, the Corn Exchange and Cambridge Junction.
Cambridge’s historic architecture includes iconic landmarks such as King’s College Chapel, the colossal tower of the Cambridge University Library, the spire of Our Lady and the English Martyrs Church on Hills Road.
The district of South Cambridgeshire surrounds Cambridge city and benefits from very well connected transport links as well as talented minds from the University.
Unity Campus is one of only two parks in the South Cambridge Cluster to be within walking distance to a railway line, making it an easily accessible and highly desirable destination.
Unity Campus is one of the best connected business parks in the region, with access to excellent rail, road and cycling infrastructure.
A short walk to Whittlesford Parkway Station.
– 7 mins from Whittlesford Parkway to Cambridge
– 1 hr 3 mins from Whittlesford Parkway to London (Liverpool Street)
A short bus ride via local bus services.
– 5 mins from Whittlesford Parkway to Sawston
– 7 mins from Great Shelford to Sawston)
Cycle paths all the way to Central Cambridge.
– 7 mins from Whittlesford Parkway
– 12 mins from Great Shelford
– 25 mins from Cambridge
Immediate access onto A505 and just
1 mile from junction 10 of the M11.
– 25 mins from Cambridge to Sawston (via A1307)
– 1 hr 20 mins from London to Sawston (via M11)
Surrounded by world-class occupiers, you will be in good company. This thriving entrepreneurial environment is attracting international businesses to invest in the area.