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.
New occupiers, CyanoCapture and Ochre Bio, are joining MiroBio, MoA Technology and Oxford Nanopore Technologies, who are expanding their footprint on the Park, as well as Circassia, which is relocating from another building.
The modern classical building, is a cluster of 4 buildings, each with its own scale, character, and use, and is designed to sit comfortably within the College’s rich built and landscape heritage.
With headquarters located in Zurich, the leading Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) specialist company has taken 127-17 Olympic Avenue in Milton Park as part of its expansion plans.
This is part of its continued growth strategy focused on delivering inspiring futures and places for its clients while nurturing and training its talent.
The 48-acre site on land north of the A41 and east of Junction 9 of the M40, known as Symmetry Park, Oxford North, has been chosen following an extensive site search.
Victoria has joined Thomas White Oxford from Legal & General Capital, where she headed development for its Suburban Build to Rent business.
Hill Farm in Appleford and near Didcot is the site of a proposed Local Development Order (LDO) which local planning authorities use to set out the overall design of a site.
Ingleton Wood, an Oxford-based property and construction consultancy, has been appointed to provide mechanical and electrical (M&E) services for the project.
The judges were impressed by the winning team’s design flair, collaborative approach, creative integration of different uses, and sensitive consideration of the needs of local communities and those who will visit the site.
Catalent plans to invest up to £120 million to complete the building of the facility and equip it with “state-of-the-art capabilities, but many have called the sale by the UK Government ‘short-sighted’.
Dodo Works Witney opened its co-working office doors in Witney high street in September 2021 and has proved popular with workers ranging from travel agents to book publishers, mental health trainers and even tea creators.