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Wyboston Lakes

Wyboston Lakes

Wyboston Lakes is centrally located on a 350 acre rural estate between Cambridge and Bedford, close to the A1, M1 and recently dualled A421 road networks and local railway links. Uniquely on a single site, in addition to the serviced offices, it has three distinct conference and training centres, hotel facilities with a total of 403 bedrooms, an AA Rosette Restaurant, an 18 hole golf course, a leisure centre, and watersports facilities.

The serviced offices provide solutions to a wide range of knowledge based companies, with a full range of support services to help their enterprises grow and succeed. The site provides secure work stations within a shared workplace for smaller enterprises, fully services offices for 3 to 35+ people, either furnished or unfurnished and self-contained individually designed headquarters for companies that are accelerating and growing rapidly.

Climate Control Specialists Move to Wyboston Lakes

The company was previously based at a business park in Huntingdon, and while this provided good road access to major routes, traffic issues in the area, especially during peak times, were a problem which often resulted in staff  spending less…

Ruby Celebrations for Loyal Wyboston Lakes Employee

Shirley joined the company in 1976 when it was the Potton Group, an innovative construction company renowned for building high quality timber-framed houses and was based at Great Gransden. In 2001 the company relocated its head office to Potton House…

Growing Wyboston Lakes Company promises Secure Future for Keen Apprentices

Originally based in Letchworth, the company is fully accredited by the Security Systems and Alarms Inspection Board (SSAIB) and has grown dramatically, having experienced a four-fold increase in turnover during the last 5 years, and a 55% growth in the…

A Decade of Success at the Knowledge Centre

More than 70 people representing over 38 businesses that have built their businesses at Wyboston Lakes downed their pens, switched off their computers and met their colleagues to mark the 10th anniversary of the Knowledge Centre.Established in the mid 1980s…


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