Developers are invited to team up with Basingstoke & Deane Borough Council to build a 45,000 sq ft office development.

The council is seeking interest in building a new development called Neon, which is currently awaiting planning approval, on the site of the former Norden House in Basing View.

The council has issued a statement inviting interest in acquiring the site which is being marketed through JLL.

Cabinet member for economic development Cllr Hannah Golding said: “Thanks to our £500 million regeneration project and other major investment, Basing View has undergone a major transformation and is well placed to meet changing needs as we recover from the pandemic.

“One of our key strengths is our strategic and well-connected location so this is a prime development opportunity for a partner with a great track record and reputation to come and work with us and meet occupier demand for new and flexible high-quality office accommodation.”

Noel Lander, director at JLL, said: “Neon represents a unique opportunity to develop a highly sustainable, accessible and inspiring statement office building designed for future ways of working in a gateway position on Basing View, Basingstoke’s thriving urban business park, with the highest levels of digital connectivity.”

The five-storey Grade A office scheme is designed to be energy efficient and flexible. It is intended to achieve BREEAM Excellent and EPC A standards.

The building has a double height atrium and ground floor business lounge, an adjacent three-storey car park with electric charging points and 57 cycle spaces.

Contact Noel Lander at

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