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Property developer and land promoter Jaynic has moved into new offices at its Greenwood Court building in Bury St Edmunds.

Its new address is 2 Greenwood Court, Skyliner Way, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, IP32 7GY.

Managing Director, Nic Rumsey, said: “Having occupied the first floor at  Greenwood Court for the last two years we have  now moved down into the ground floor as this will give us greater opportunity to expand our team.

“The considerable success we have had over the last 18 months in signing up occupiers at Suffolk Park as well as agreeing deals with landowners for possible future schemes in East Anglia, has resulted in a significant growth in our business and the move will enable us to staff up in our Bury St Edmunds regional HQ,” adds Rumsey.

As a result, it is on a recruitment drive with a new assistant for office and marketing manager Nicola Barber arriving shortly and it is on the look out for a technical/design manager to assist construction director Jason Newman.

Jaynic’s biggest project to date is Suffolk Park in Bury St Edmunds where it has developed 1.4m sq ft of 2.3m sq ft consented warehouse and business space, and has attracted many companies to the park including Weerts Logistics, NHS Supply Chain, MH Star, East of England NHS Ambulance Service Trust, Sealey, Treatt plc and Hermes Parcelnet.

And this year it secured an outline consent for its largest development to date, a 2.45m sq ft business, innovation and logistics park at Gateway 14 in Stowmarket working in partnership with Mid Suffolk Council.  There are further business and residential schemes in the pipeline in both Suffolk and Cambridgeshire.


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JAYNIC is an established property company that specialises in promoting land for residential and employment development through the planning process, the implementation of pump-priming infrastructure and development of buildings on a speculative and bespoke basis.

Jaynic has recently been appointed by Mid-Suffolk Council’s development company as joint venture partner on its Gateway 14 site with potential for 2m sq ft of business, warehousing and high-tech innovation space on the A14 at Stowmarket.

Jaynic’s Suffolk Park major employment site in Bury St Edmunds, is now well established. Global flavour and fragrance solutions company Treatt plc recently moved into the 112,000 sq ft first phase of its HQ there. Also, logistics companies are locating on the park with Unipart taking  a 206,000 sq ft warehouse and an 870,000 sq ft warehouse is being built for Belgian logistics group Weerts as its first location in the UK. This follows on from garden furniture import company M H Star taking a 105,000 sq ft warehouse in 2020.

Jaynic has developed the EpiCentre innovation centre for young entrepreneurial and biotech companies on its Haverhill Research Park and is working on a further 1.75m sq ft business park at the former RAF airfield in Shepherd’s Grove near Stanton, Suffolk.

On the residential side, acting on behalf of a landowner, it won a planning consent for a 125 unit residential scheme with 30% affordable housing at Red Lodge on the A14 and sold the site to Barratt Eastern Counties.

Its development activity over the last 25 years has been predominantly focused on East Anglia with schemes in the early years including Cambridge Research Park, Buckingway Business Park at Swavesey, the University of Essex’s, Knowledge Gateway, and Haverhill Business Park.