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Prospero is the only new office development in Redhill – a proven business location with excellent transport connectivity. Its large floors and high quality specification provide flexible space attuned to modern business needs. The accommodation totals 50,373 sq ft, with 87 car parking spaces. Top floor roof terraces offer impressive panoramic views of Memorial Park and the North Downs.

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A modern corporate headquarters building


Grade A specification

  • Occupational density of 1 person per 8 sq m
  • VRV air conditioning
  • Three 13 person passenger lifts serving all floors
  • 2.85m office floor to ceiling height
  • Suspended ceilings with metal tiles incorporating LG7 compliant LED lighting
  • Full access raised floor (150 mm overall)
  • Instantly available high speed fibre broadband
  • Double height reception
  • Roof terraces on third floor
  • Male, female and disabled WCs on each floor
  • Changing rooms with showers, lockers and drying rooms
  • 87 car parking spaces at a ratio of 1:552 sq ft
  • 10 electric car charging points
  • 44 secure cycle rack spaces

Large, flexible floors to suit modern business needs


Floor Sq-ft Sq-m
Third (Let to Morrisons Solicitors LLP) Let Let
Second 13,915 1,293
First 12,996 1,207
Ground LET LET
Reception 1,160 108
Total (net approx.) 39,608 3,680

Approximate IPMS3 areas and key dimensions, to be verified on completion.

The greenest building in Redhill


    Excellent eco credentials with low running costs

  • BREEAM ‘Excellent’
  • EPC rating A
  • Automatic lighting controls
  • Excellent natural light
  • LED Lighting in office areas
  • Building energy management system
  • Designed to achieve highest levels of insulation and low U values

Comparision of total annual predicted energy bills

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  • Typical UK office
  • Prospero, Redhill

Energy savings

  • The greenest building in Redhill
  • Electricity expected to be 60% lower than a typical UK office building
  • Internal energy costs are estimated to be £1.59 per sq ft, compared to a typical UK office building of £4.77 per sq ft

Centre for high profile corporate occupiers


Redhill is a thriving town located in the south west of Surrey at the foot of the North Downs. The town blends old and new, with attractive Victorian buildings alongside modern architecture.

The Belfry shopping centre is home to a range of major retailers including Marks and Spencer, Boots, WH Smith and Topshop, as well as a range of smaller shops catering for your every day needs. The first phase of Sainsbury’s new store in Warwick Quadrant opened in August 2016.

Surrey offers an enviable quality of life, with a unique mix of towns and villages, plentiful common land and open spaces, good motorways and easy airport access, all within a half hour commute of London. To the north of Redhill, the North Downs Way runs through an area of outstanding natural beauty and offers a wealth of outdoor activities. The Channel coast is 35 miles to the south and the London to Brighton bike ride goes right past Prospero’s door down the A23.


Significant regeneration projects are underway in Redhill town centre.

Reigate & Banstead Borough Council have been working to bring forward redevelopment of key sites in the town.

Highway works to improve the town centre’s traffic flow, including conversion of the one-way road system to two-way, are now complete together with improvements to pedestrian and cycle routes to make the town centre more attractive and safer.

Redhill Station is due to be redeveloped to improve capacity and provide a greater sense of arrival, and will include a new Waitrose store.

Marketfield Way
Proposals for the redevelopment of this town centre site fronting High Street and Marketfield Way include a new cinema and restaurant / retail provision

Memorial Park
Memorial Park has had a £1.4m makeover including a new entrance opposite Prospero.

Station Corner
A redevelopment to provide 61 apartments and a Tesco Express opposite Redhill station.

3 Princess Way
A new landmark development including enlarged Sainsbury’s, a gym and a hotel.

Station / car park
A comprehensive redevelopment to include a new station and ticket office, a new Waitrose foodstore with smaller retail units, 150 apartments and new multi-storey car park.

Redhill regeneration projects
Redhill retail

A centre for high profile corporate occupiers

Car Spaces - 191
Car Spaces - 285
Car Spaces - 780
Memorial Park
3 Princess Way
Station Corner
Harlequin Theatre
Marketfield Way
Warwick Quadrant
Prospero Map


Excellent strategic location

Redhill is an excellent strategic location on the southern M25 at the junction with the M23.

It has an extensive catchment area for staff recruitment, including South London and Croydon.

The town provides a public transport hub at the intersection of the London to Brighton (north/south) and Tonbridge to Reading (east/west) rail lines.


Excellent connectivity


Location Distance
Redhill Mainline Station 0.25 miles
M25 J8 3 miles
Gatwick Airport 8 miles
Crawley 11 miles
Croydon 12 miles
Central London 20 miles
Heathrow Airport 36 miles


Location Duration Trains per Hour
Gatwick Airport 7 mins 5 – 8
East Croydon 11 mins 7
Clapham Junction 22 mins 3 – 5
London Victoria 28 mins 3 – 5
London Bridge 33 mins 2 – 4
Brighton 42 mins 3 – 4

Large, flexible floors to suit modern business needs

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Energy Cost Saving Report & EPC

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Detailed specification

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    21 feb 2017

    The UK REIT has signed up Morrisons Solicitors to a 10-year lease for the entire third floor, totalling 10,643 sq ft, at £31/sq ft.

    Morrisons is expanding into the building from an existing Redhill office, and will occupy more than 20% of the 50,370 sq ft asset. The 1.2 acre site that Prospero sits on was acquired by McKay in an off-market transaction in May 2013 for £2.3m. Following immediate work to enhance the office planning consent and dispose of surplus land to a residential developer, McKay was able to progress the scheme in January 2015.

    Simon Perkins, chief executive of McKay said: “Our ability to attract a highly regarded regional law firm such as Morrisons is testament to the quality and appeal of our most recent development, Prospero. This modern and attractive building instantly impresses upon entering, while its strong sustainability credentials act as a further incentive to today’s increasingly environmentally- and cost-conscious tenants.

    “With a surplus of outdated stock in the market, we identified the demand and potential for a contemporary new office building in Redhill, a well-connected South East town that has proven popular with corporate occupiers. Our ability to lure Morrisons across town to Prospero is a clear endorsement of our conviction, and we look forward to announcing further lettings in due course with encouraging discussions underway with prospective tenants.” Prospero was completed by McKay in November 2016 with its development partner, Lamron Estates.

    Strutt & Parker acted on behalf of McKay Securities, and Altus Group acted on behalf of Morrisons Solicitors.

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