There are significant opportunities for investors to meet growing demand from the life sciences sector, according to the 2023 Europe Life Sciences Cluster Outlook published by JLL – a leading real estate and investment management firm.
The plans for more than 400 apartments alongside a hotel, gym and restaurant at Thornhill Park, Oxford, received unanimous backing from the city’s planning committee.
Jennings, owners and managers of Monument Business Park in Chalgrove, also become the first business park managers in the world to reach this landmark accreditation.
Cuttlebrook Hall, the new multi-million-pound care home in Thame has reached the ‘topping out’ milestone.
The bespoke laboratory, comprising cutting-edge R&D equipment, will enable the company to further expand into strategic focus areas, such as plant-based food and drinks.
The proposals for more homes, jobs, riverside public space and hotel will go on show at Oxford Town Hall as developers take the next step towards submitting a planning application.
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.