King’s Lynn Innovation Centre takes shape ahead of 2016 opening
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A locally-funded £5 million Innovation Centre in King’s Lynn is nearing completion.
Occupying a 1.5 acre site of the Nar Ouse Regeneration Area, The King’s Lynn Innovation Centre is set to attract investment and provide support for start-up companies and aspiring entrepreneurs in order to deliver economic growth in West Norfolk.
The structure, which can be seen off the A47, will comprise of three elements; rentable officers, reception spaces and conference and meeting rooms.
More than 25 offices will be available to rent in the centre, which was built using £3 million funding from New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership, £1.5 million funding from the Borough Council of King’s Lynn & West Norfolk and a £500,000 grant from the New Anglia Local Enterprise Partnership.
The centre has been designed by architects Feilden and Mawson and is the latest in a large portfolio of innovation centre concepts for the Norwich-based firm.
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The King’s Lynn Innovation Centre is being developed by enterprise agency Nwes, in partnership with the Borough Council of King’s Lynn & West Norfolk.
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