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Reading among world’s top non-capital cities

Reading has been ranked 13th in a major international ranking of non-capital cities around the world. San Francisco, Montreal and Houston fill the three top spots of the FDI Tier 2 Cities of the Future ranking, published on 18 August 2020. The report recognises second cities...

New TV studio plan for University of Reading Film Hub

Plans for a global creative media and film hub in Reading have been given a further boost as the University of Reading has made a new proposal for a purpose-built TV studio, which would be developed at Cine Valley on the Thames Valley Science Park...

Winnersh Triangle welcomes medical manufacturer Hollister in lockdown deal

Hollister Incorporated sells Wokingham offices in favour of move to Winnersh Triangle in Reading. The global healthcare company which is headquartered in Chicago, has sold its UK premises at 42 Broad Street in Wokingham, Berkshire, and will relocate its workforce to Winnersh Triangle business park in...

Final spec unit let at SEGRO Park, Bracknell

The last speculatively developed unit at SEGRO Park Bracknell has been let, just a few weeks after reaching it’s practical completion during the COVID-19 lockdown. The speed at which the unit was leased is a clear example of the strong demand for well located, modern and...

James Cowper Kreston welcomes new Joint Managing Partners

Inward investment services partner to the Chamber, James Cowper Kreston (JCK) recently welcomed Alex Peal and Sue Staunton into their roles as Joint Managing Partners. A Thames Valley based company, and a proven alternative to the larger accountancy firms, JCK provides advice to more than 100...