The CB1 development will create a new highly sustainable community in the heart of Cambridge. Residents and business people alike will enjoy a safe, secure and healthy environment while benefiting from excellent local amenities and transport links to the City Centre and beyond.

Urban regeneration

The Station Road area of Cambridge has been regenerated as a multi-use development to include a state-of-the art transport interchange, magnificient new public spaces, prestigious grade ‘A’ offices, premium residential, retail and hotel space and purpose-built student residences.

The redevelopment has preserved the listed railway building and the Mill, while the new buildings have been designed to integrate with the former surroundings and respect the natural environment.

The redevelopment has respected Cambridge’s architectural heritage


At CB1 sustainability is at the forefront of the design to minimise environmental impact. Download the pdf to find out more.

Sustainability (PDF)



Transport systems have been improved to reduce the impact on the environment of car use.

Existing cycle ways have been improved, a new pedestrian and cycle path will be added to Carter Bridge and a multi-level cycle park accommodating circa 3,000 bikes has been built.

A new transport interchange will include bays for buses and taxis and will be the hub for the new Cambridgeshire Guided Bus, ensuring efficient and environmentally sound links to other parts of the city, including Cambridge’s Park and Ride facilities.


CB1 has the largest cycle park in the UK, with space for 3,000 bikes.