- Part of the 100 acre Greater Norwich Food Enterprise Zone
- Environmentally sustainable - built to BREEAM "Excellent" standard
- On-site business and technical support
- Purpose built food/drink manufacturing unit
- Secure site
- Food grade specification
The Broadland Food Innovation Centre comprises 13 brand new food and drink production units available to let set within the Food Enterprise Park. The buildings have been designed specifically with food and drink production in mind. The concept is to build a hub of likeminded businesses to foster networking and support for small/ medium sized businesses in the food and drink industry.
The centre is situated to the west of Norwich at Honingham, near Easton, the site immediately adjoins the A47, one of the main transport routes in the region linking Norwich to King's Lynn and Peterborough to the west, and provides easy access to London and Cambridge via the recently dualled A11 and M11.
The Food Enterprise Park is a 100-acre development site within the Greater Norwich Food Enterprise Zone, the first 46 acres of which benefits from Local Development Order status to encourage and support food production, processing and agriculture through the co-location of commercia
About this property
The Broadland Food Innovation Centre is a new commercial development designed to support growing food and drink businesses and help facilitate their growth and drive commerce. The 13 food grade units of varying sizes have been completed to a 'ready to use' standard. The units range from 1,646 s ft to 4,962 sq ft, all within a secured site.
Each commercial unit faces the communal Green Street along the centre and has direct individual access from the outer side. The units have a warehouse/ production area, offices, WCs and kitchenette. The buildings have been designed to specifically with food and drink production in mind. For example, high ceilings allow for gravity-based processes and a systems support helps maximise energy efficiency.
The concept is to build a hub of likeminded businesses to foster networking and support for small/ medium sized businesses in the food and drink industry.
Set within the Food Enterprise Park, situated to the west of Norwich at Honingham, near Easton, the site immediately adjoins the A47, one of the main transport routes in the region linking Norwich to King's Lynn and Peterborough to the west, and provides easy access to London and Cambridge via the recently dualled A11 and M11.
The BREEAM "Excellent" units are to be built to a food production grade standard incorporating the following specification:
Production space - white foodsafe finish to production areas, internal drainage, roller shutter door, resin floor
Office space - Cat A fit out with full decoration, carpeting, power and data points, intercom system at entrance, WCs and kitchen facilities
Changing rooms, cleaners' cupboard and segregated loading bay to each unit
A more detailed specification is available upon request.
The units will be individually assessed for business rates upon completion and payment will be the responsibility of the tenant.
Hethel Innovation will provide bespoke business support packages with access to experts on every aspect of business growth.
The University of East Anglia is fostering a food and drink cluster bringing together all interested parties from across research, academia, supply, production, the food communities, charities, agriculture, government and finance. This will be available to both tenants and eligible businesses.
In addition to the above each tenant will have the use of separate tasting rooms, test kitchens and presentation areas within the Innovation centre. To generate economic opportunity and success for East Anglia's food and drink entrepreneurs, businesses and communities.
Strictly by appointment with the sole letting agent.
VAT will be charged in addition to rent and service charge payments.
Each party will be responsible for their own legal costs incurred in documenting the letting.
The units are available to let for a term of years to be agreed on effectively full repairing and insuring terms.
A service charge will be levied to cover communal costs of the repair and maintenance of common parts of the development and the exterior of the buildings, along with the provision of support services.