The machine learning immunotherapy discovery company joins a group of thriving companies which use artificial intelligence techniques in their research.
Manufacturer Britishvolt has received a huge boost by obtaining planning permission to regenerate the 92.2 hectare disused coal stocking yard in Northumberland
This follows the recent approval of the plans by councillors at South Oxfordshire District Council as the redevelopment site stradles the two district councils.
The council intends to build 9 two-bed and 6 three-bed houses on the site, which is currently owned by Oxfordshire County Council. Eight homes will be let at social rent.
However, the plans, approved by Vale of White Horse’s planning committee on June 23, still have to go before South Oxfordshire District Council’s planners on June 30.
The development, totalling 5.5 acres, will deliver a major new innovation hub in Central Oxford to support burgeoning demand for research and development space.
There is a growing demand for buildings in Witney from both large and small firms, creating hundreds of jobs, according to commercial property agents VSL & Partners.
The heartland of Oxford’s professional services district is recovering strongly, with three deals agreed in quick succession despite the impact of COVID-19.
The c.28,000 sq ft building, let in its entirety to the Oxford Science Innovation (OSI), was acquired from MRP, the property arm of construction firm McAleer & Rushe.