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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.
EnSilica will occupy 5,800 sq ft of space at 100 Park Drive, comprising offices, meeting rooms, laboratory space, social areas and kitchen facilities.
The development will comprise a total gross internal area of under 80,000 sq ft, featuring seven new research and development workspaces ranging from 6,000 sq ft up to a single building of 30,000 sq ft.
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).
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.
Prestigious tea and coffee retailer Whittard of Chelsea has relocated its headquarters to Milton Park, a business, science and technology community in Oxfordshire.
The team working on its green spaces won the coveted Principal Award in the Ground Maintenance – Limited Public Access category at the British Association of Landscape Industries (BALI) Awards.
The logistics and supply chain company has acquired DQ120 Didcot Quarter comprising 121,464 sq ft of newbuild warehouse/logistics space on a 10-year lease.
The expansion will see the firm occupy 20,151sq ft of laboratory and office space at 155 Brook Drive, which is part of the Science Vale Enterprise Zone.
The lab, which is housed at the company’s headquarters at Milton Park, is a key development as the company continues to pioneer commercial fusion energy.
The new cycle hub opened in March 2021 which can accommodate circa 600 bikes. The rental bikes are available from the same, secure location and are free for the first 48 hours of use.
Oxfordshire County Council signed an agreement to procure an electric, self-driving minibus for use by staff working at Milton Park near Didcot.