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 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.
This comes after a bid for government funding was approved, and Oxfordshire County Council awarded £32.8 million from the Zero Emission Bus Regional Areas (ZEBRA) scheme.
The new 49,000 sq ft two-storey building with a mixture of bespoke laboratory, Grade A office, and logistic operations has been let to LGC’s The Native Antigen Company (TNAC), on a ten-year lease.
The council this month applied for £32.8 million from the Zero Emission Bus Regional Areas (ZEBRA) scheme.
Residents and businesses in Cherwell District are invited to have their say on spending plans for 2022/23 at Cherwell District Council.
The winning design team will set the bold ambition and design intent for a project that will transform the area around the university’s Begbroke Science Park to the north of Oxford.
The plans will add a further 12,500 square meters of new lab and office space to the site, with one of the buildings used by the university and the other leased to the private sector.
The new strategy aims to set out expectations of social housing providers in the district and promote the delivery of more affordable homes at social rent levels and with secure tenancies.