Henry Boot Developments has a wealth of experience assisted by a specialist design team, to ensure the occupational requirements are fully interpreted into the design whilst maintaining a close control over the delivery cost. The key attraction offered by D&B is design flexibility with many occupiers opting to future proof the design by enabling the building to be extended easily in the future.
Sustainability is a major consideration, as with all buildings Henry Boot deliver, but as part of the D&B process there is the option to enhance the buildings ‘green credentials’ even further. Specialist consultants will work with an occupier to explore the various options to satisfy the requirement. Henry Boot Developments’ ability to fund all their projects from internal resources is key to guaranteeing delivery programmes and gives occupiers peace of mind that third party decisions will not influence delivery timescales. Buildings can be provided on freehold or leasehold terms, or on a lease with an option to purchase. Furthermore, with phase 1 infrastructure in place, Butterfield offers one of the quickest delivery programmes for a design and build unit in the market.