About Catalyst Bicester
Catalyst Bicester is a new sustainable business community designed for technology industries, advanced manufacturing and high-performance engineering companies.
More than just a technology park, it will be an impressive gateway to Bicester, connecting people to their work, homes and shops by excellent pedestrian, cycle, bus and train links.
It will offer the highest quality buildings, facilities and working environment for the knowledge-based sector. The development will also include a new David Lloyd health and fitness centre, landscaped parkland and a new Holiday Inn hotel.
Phase 1, comprising four buildings, is being developed for occupation for Q1 2022, at the same time as the planned opening of the David Lloyd health and fitness club.
Phase 1 will suit occupiers seeking between 9,010 sq ft and 21,365 sq ft with the potential for up to 60% of office accommodation, in addition to production and technical areas. Further development phases offer the ultimate design flexibility, with buildings able to provide between 10,000 sq ft to 250,000 sq ft.
Catalyst is being developed by Albion Land, and this is its third significant investment in the town in recent years. Albion Land was established in 1990 and is a leading, privately owned commercial property developer with a particular focus on the M40 corridor.
All buildings at Catalyst Bicester are available on Leasehold or Freehold terms. The letting agents are VSL & Partners, Brown & Co and Colliers International.
The vision is for Catalyst Bicester to have the best possible connections via pedestrian, cycle, bus and train networks so that people living locally can easily and sustainably access their workplace and link into Oxford, London, and further afield.