Vision Park Cambridge is an established Research Park in Cambridge's North Science Cluster and close to the City Centre.

Situated in beautiful landscaped grounds with a lakeside café, the park is fast becoming home to exciting and ambitious businesses looking for a permanent home in the innovative heart of the Cambridge phenomenon.

Welcome to Vision park cambridge

The park is home to life-science, technology, and professional services-based businesses including occupiers GW Pharmaceuticals, GE Smallworld, Cytiva, Coutts Private Bank, Regus, Source Bioscience, Talga Technologies, Brady and Nuclera.

Vision Park Cambridge is an excellent choice for those wanting to benefit from being literal neighbours to Cambridge Science Park, St Johns Innovation Park, Cambridge Business Park and Cambridge Research Park. These parks make up Cambridge’s largest commercial cluster, offering 3.2 million sq ft of office and R&D accommodation. They are only one junction away on the A14 from Vision Park or just two stops on the guided busway.

The park comprises nine landmark office and R&D buildings all of which offer flexible and adaptable opportunities for a range of office, laboratory and R&D uses. Additionally, all buildings benefit from ample, dedicated parking.

Work-life balance

The atmosphere of a working environment often influences an employee’s mindset and growth. Employees working in a positive work environment will feel more motivated to produce high-quality work consistently.

The Park benefits from attractive landscaped grounds with an abundance of grassed areas and outdoor seating for employees to truly embrace the work-life balance. An excellent lakeside café is situated in the centre of the Park providing a vibrant, social, campus-like feel to the Park.

The historical village of Histon is well served by a number of local amenities within walking distance of the Park. These include; Co-op, Tesco and a number of cafés, restaurants and pubs. There are many accessible open green spaces to visit and enjoy, as well as, access to a number of sports clubs and recreational facilities.

With Cambridge city centre only 2 miles to the south everything Cambridge has to offer is within easy access via bicycle, car, bus or the guide busway.


Vision Park is situated approximately 2 miles to the North of Cambridge city centre, adjacent to the beautiful village of Histon.

The Park is accessible from Junction 32 of the A14, with Newmarket 14 miles east and Huntingdon 19 miles north west. Junction 31a of the A14 is less than five miles drive to the west, in turn connecting to the M11.


London Kings Cross is (47 minutes) from Cambridge central railway station and (53 minutes) from Cambridge North railway station with trains arriving every 15 minutes and 20 minutes respectively from either station.


Vision Park also has the advantage of excellent road links with the A14 less than a mile from the Park. The Park also has dedicated and ample on-site parking for tenants.


The cycle paths run alongside the Guided Busway into the city centre and also north to the surrounding necklace villages.

Guided Bus on your doorstep

Vision Park benefits from having a Guided Busway stop at the front of the Park with the bus route running along the South western edge which offers fast and frequent buses from Histon to Cambridge city centre (17 minutes) and Cambridge North railway station (6 minutes).

Long term, future thinking management

Vision Park Cambridge is owned and managed by Royal London Asset Management (RLAM).

RLAM is a leading global active asset manager that puts clients at the heart of what they do. Their ownership throughout Cambridge spans across Vision Park and Cambridge Research Park, totalling 675,151 sqft of assets on 125 acres, making them an expert in the local market.

RLAM is also the UK’s largest mutually owned Pension and Investment fund and a Responsible Investor: this means they have more ambitious environmental and social performance goals, and a critical governance structure to ensuring RPI is truly embedded across all stages of the property asset management. They have committed to achieving Net Zero Carbon emissions by 2030 for our directly managed property assets.

Their Property’s focus on sustainability across the portfolio is underpinned by two key strategies:

Responsible Property Investment (RPI) strategy: the RPI strategy sets out new, more ambitious environmental and social performance goals, and a critical governance structure to ensuring RPI is truly embedded across all stages of the property lifecycle (acquisitions, developments, and asset management).

Net Zero Carbon pathway: They have committed to achieving Net Zero Carbon emissions by 2030 for our directly managed property assets* and developments*, and by 2040 for our indirectly managed property assets**. To achieve these ambitious targets, they have developed strategies to reduce embodied carbon and increase the operational efficiency of our buildings to directly minimise our carbon footprint. Additionally, they are exploring options for on-site renewable energy as well as high quality offsets.

*Directly managed property assets are those which RLAM has complete operational control, greater than 50% equity share and joint ventures where they would cover the proportionate amount of emissions. Developments are any new development or major refurbishment that comes online from 2030 onwards.

** Indirectly managed property assets are either partially managed by RLAM or managed wholly by the occupier.

£150 Billion* assets under management

* As of June 2022

Committed to responsible investing

Est. 1988
Part of the royal London Group