- Dog park opens in the Paddock called Paws in the Park, Burrough Court. A 2-acre secure field where people can exercise their dogs with total peace of mind, available to book online & open 7 days a week.
- The Larder, Oakham take over management of the Coffee Shop in February 2023 for the Coffee Shop to become the Larder, Burrough Court.
- The Pickwell farm is accepted onto a new Countryside Stewardship scheme for a further 5 years.
- 500 trees planted to create a more biodiverse area on the Pickwell farm to provide further food and shelter for birds and other wildlife, the trees were a variety of Sweet Chestnut, Oak, Hornbeam, Alder, Aspen, Silver Birch, Field maple, Crab Apple & hawthorn.
- 380 solar panels installed
- Air source heat pump installed
- Burrough Court farm enters into the Countryside Stewardship scheme
- ‘The Hub’ created for Co-working
- 350 people onsite
- Burrough Court Honey & Coffee created
- The Yoga and Pilates Studio opens
- Warehouses 26–28 complete
- Walking and running routes launched
- The Battle of Arnhem, 1944 Memorial Garden and Monument created
- The Coffee Shop opened on the 9th December
- Hotdesking launched
- Biomass extended to heat 2/3 of all warehouses and 1/3 of all offices
- 8,000 trees planted in the Centenary wood in memory of the First World War
- Upgrade to 1GBps leased line
- Get Busy Living Centre completed
- The Pickwell Farm becomes part of the countryside stewardship scheme
- Virtual offices launched
- The Lodge redevelopment completed
- Chamberlain Suite development
- Beehives were introduced onto the Estate
- Unit 18 converted into working offices
- The Windsor Wood planted in memory of Queen Elizabeth II’s Golden Jubilee
- The Bower House Story DVD updated to accommodate modern technology.
- Planting of a Horse Chestnut Avenue, commemorating the Queen’s Diamond jubilee, along the farm track on the farm at Pickwell.
- The Den is created and other breakout areas for Burrough Court customers to enjoy
- Biomass heating installed to heat warehouses
- Non-membership gym built for the exclusive use of business customers
- Giraffe House development completed
- Duke of Windsor meeting room created
- 1MB lease line installed
- The Bower House Story DVD created on the Royal romance between Wallis Simpson & Edward VIII
- First businesses move into the courtyard
- Planning permission granted for the courtyard & buildings to be restored into offices and meeting rooms
- Store potatoes for Walkers Crisps commences
- Wilfred Keene buys Burrough Court and the farm at auction
- Burrough Court house burnt down
- Prince of Wales, Edward VIII visited Lord & Lady Furness regularly and met his future wife Wallis Simpson who had a close relationship with Lady Furness
- Lord Furness developed a deep love for Africa and brought back housed zebras and giraffes
- Marmaduke Furness, one of the world’s richest men, bought Burrough Court and used it as his country retreat
- Burrough Court House built to the Arts and Crafts style, by the great northern architect Walter Brierley
- Captain Alffrey commissioned the design and build of Burrough Court