The space is a very popular choice for both high-tech and support businesses, situated on the A10 between Cambridge Science Park and Cambridge Research Park. There are around 70 businesses on site from start-ups to blue chips, and campus style grounds together with the large airy atrium in Stirling House with its tropical theme provides a great environment for collaboration. The tech start-up incubator in Stirling House provides co-working space, virtual offices, meeting rooms and mini-offices and can provide temporary or permanent overflow space, should you ever need it. High grade space, plenty of parking and a host of on-site amenities will keep your staff happy which, in turn, helps you to recruit and retain the very best staff. As clients will be aware, sustainability and the UK's net zero carbon ambitions are becoming ever more important. The centre is investing heavily in helping the UK reach zero carbon by 2050, or preferably earlier. Goldcrest Sustainability Research Ltd is a recently launched wholly owned subsidiary which is based in Stirling House and headed by Professor John French who led the team which developed The Enterprise Centre at the University of East Anglia and has won 35 awards (that must be some kind of a record!). Among other projects, the space will soon be launching an 11-acre zero-carbon innovation park and sustainability hub in West Cambridge.