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Aura and Newcastle’s Science Central


August 12, 2016 Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Google+ Advertising News


Specialising in fantastic educational sector work, Aura, based in Gateshead, have been making strides in providing services for the community, with the intention of helping it to expand and grow. As one of the major building services consultancy and facilities management companies in the country, Aura are constantly working closely with their clients to ensure each project runs smoothly and efficiently as possible. Here, they can help to create regeneration throughout the North East by creating opportunities for individuals within the community.

Recently, Aura have supported Newcastle City Council on the approval of a £20million grant to develop Newcastle’s laboratory in Science Central, which will not only create hundreds of jobs, but will also assist with the improvement of the growth of the sector. With Aura’s building consultancy management, the 70,000 sq ft development will include facilities in the life centre and healthcare services, as well as providing local businesses with the opportunity to expand within the city of Newcastle.

So far, Newcastle already plays host to pioneering research facilities within the scientific sector, and this new grant will help these facilities to flourish, on both a national and international level, as well as allow for exciting new research to be undertaken. The funding from Newcastle City Council has been vital in obtaining such a significant reputation on an international scale and Aura’s support and assistance has proved to be imperative throughout the development of the project. Building work is due to start early next year and is anticipated to reach completion by spring 2018.

This development is a massive success for Newcastle on a number of different levels, and as one of the top asset management companies in the UK, Aura have played an incredibly significant role. Throughout the year, Aura have taken part in a number of developments regarding Newcastle’s scientific sector, such as developments with the Life Centre earlier in the year. Now, this 24-acre science centre, which is already home to three national research centres, has been described as a facility to ‘create the next generation of highly skilled jobs in the region’ by Newcastle City Council leader Nick Forbes, according to The Chronicle.

Fr more information on the services available from Aura as well as their work with schools throughout the North East and condition improvement fund available in the North East, please visit the website at http://www.auranortheast.com.