Park Embraces Public Art

Park Embraces Public Art

A sculpture by an award-winning artist has been unveiled at Haverhill Business Park by developer Nic Rumsey and Tim Roke of HID Global, where the sculpture is situated.

Called 'Dancers Embracing' the piece is a contemporary metal sculpture by Paul Margetts, who specialises in large scale public and commercial pieces. It sits just outside HID Global�s reception and has been well received by staff and visitors alike: �The sculpture is proving very popular," says Tim Roke. "It breaks up the usual business park feeling, bringing diversity to the park and creating an attractive environment to welcome staff and visitors to the building."

Says Nic Rumsey: "This will be the first of a number of pieces of public art at the park and is part of our aim of creating an environment that moves the business park away from the perceived view of a concrete jungle to one of individuality and a attractive environment for every occupier,"

Haverhill Business Park has just announced that a further 600,000 sq ft of land is to be developed at the 55 acre park for bespoke freehold and leasehold buildings from 10.000 up to 200,000 sq ft.

For further information please contact the joint agents Ben Oughton or Howard Westgate at Jeffersons Commercial 01223 315716, Will Staniland, Rumsey & Partners 0207 499 6619 or Richard Lord or James Shaw at CBRE 020 7182 2000 or visit the Park website www.haverhillbusinesspark.com for the latest news and developments.

For press information:
Judith Gaskell, Cambridge PR
01223 309288/0781 4523734
judith.gaskellpr@ukonline.co.uk

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