People are invited to have their say on an existing LDO (Local Development Order) proposals at Milton Park that could increase business space and improve the quality and sustainability of buildings.
The biotechnology company’s headquarters has been based at Milton Park for over 15 years, after a spin out from Oxford University in 2002.
The reserved matters application (RMA) for Oxford North’s Canalside public park and residential street has been resolved to be approved by Oxford City Council’s planning committee.
EnSilica will occupy 5,800 sq ft of space at 100 Park Drive, comprising offices, meeting rooms, laboratory space, social areas and kitchen facilities.
Both have taken on space at the now completed and fully let 500,000+ sq ft Axis Junction 9 Business Park developed by Albion Land.
The West End and Osney Mead development aims to provide a balanced mix of uses, including new homes and a range of new innovative business units.
Vale of White Horse District Council looking to identify parts of the market town that have seen better days and consider how they could have brighter futures.
Evolito, the company behind the world’s most advanced urban air mobility motors, has taken the first three units for its new HQ at Catalyst Bicester.
After much anticipation, David Johnston, MP for Wantage and Didcot offically opened the Bee House flexible workspace in Milton Park on World Bee Day (20 May 2022).
This building, now known as Building One at Oxford Technology Park, offers 34,125 sq ft of Grade A flexible space, available to let in suites from 4,140 sq ft for office, laboratory and R&D use.
The 20-acre science and technology park 7 miles north of Oxford was acquired from Angus and Alicia Bates, who have owned and developed the park since 2007.