The new home for digital & technology businesses in the heart of Hull’s Fruit Market
@TheDock is a major regeneration scheme in Hull’s Fruit Market, adjacent to the historic Central Dry Dock. The development will offer 85,000 sqft of office space in a range of sizes to suit every business, from start-ups to major corporates.
Bridgehead will be one of the UK’s greenest business parks, enabling businesses to exist side-by-side with the natural environment. The preference for a low-density development has meant that more than 40 per cent of the site benefits from landscaping, ensuring a pleasant, healthier environment for employees and visitors alike.
Wykeland have developed a biodiversity strategy in partnership with Yorkshire Wildlife Trust who are now managing the strategy to improve the ecological value of the park. A sustainable drainage system is in place to discharge 100% surface water via natural soakaways and a sustainable travel initiative set up to promote alternative means of transport including bus services, electric car charging points and facilities to encourage cycling and walking.
We are also implementing sustainable technologies into the construction of all buildings at Bridgehead.
The C4DI, or Centre of Digital Innovation, is Hull’s first dedicated workspace and venue for digital and technology companies. Inspiring, innovating and growing the best creative and technical minds, C4DI is a World class workspace for digital and technology companies and individuals. C4DI exists to provide the perfect environment for individuals and small business to work, collaborate, and grow.
To find out more visit c4di.co.uk.
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