Deloitte moves to new One Station Square office, Cambridge

01 August 2017 1 min. read
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Deloitte have moved 250 employees to their new office in Cambridge. The innovative One Station Square site boasts higher standards of sustainability while better catering to staff’s mobility needs.

Big Four consultancy Deloitte has taken up residence in a new 19,300 square foot office at the recently built One Station Square building. The space will accommodate 250 of the firm’s staff based in Cambridge, and offers an agile working environment, complete with modern open layout, optimised lighting and excellent accessibility.

Brookgate, the development specialists behind the mixed-use building, has announced that leading global technology leader Thales and property consultancy Carter Jonas will also be taking up office space at CB1, the vibrant new city quarter developed around Cambridge station. All three occupiers have signed a 10-year lease, with Deloitte taking occupancy on the first floor.

Deloitte moves to new One Station Square office, Cambridge

Paul Schofield, Deloitte Cambridge Office Senior Partner, said, “It’s my pleasure to open our new office which represents a significant investment in our East Anglian operations. The new office environment enables us to provide opportunities for our people and clients to meet in a professional yet collaborative environment.”

At the opening of the new office, Chairman of Deloitte North West Europe, Nick Owen, suggested the new space would assist with flexible working as well as aiding the mobility of staff with physical disabilities. “The open, bright spaces and the use of modern materials enables clients and Deloitte’s people to work collaboratively. This twinned with the excellent location in the City’s upgraded station quarter and Cambridge’s innovation culture, [mean] we are very excited to make roots here.”

The new office follows a recent era of expansion and renewal involving Deloitte’s British infrastructure. In 2016, the firm opened a new Digital Office in Edinburgh, having added over 200,000ft to its London campus the year before.