Oxford Technology Park, the major new science and technology park for Oxford, is set to deliver new space and new opportunities for businesses wishing to locate North of Oxford City centre. It’s well positioned to plug the shortfall in high-tech lab space in the county and form an integral part of the city’s science and technology-based expansion.
Extending over 20 acres and with planning consent for over 440,000 sq.ft. of built space, Oxford Technology Park provides a unique opportunity and the next generation of Office and Research & Development space. Combined with its accessible location, at the heart of Oxfordshire’s A34 Knowledge Economy spine.
The time couldn’t be more perfect for innovative, science and technology-based businesses across all sectors looking for a new home, where they can be nurtured and grow right in the heart of Oxfordshire.
Construction of over 140,000 sq ft is currently underway consisting of three distinct buildings” starting with a landmark, three-storey lab-enabled Building One due for completion this year. Situated on the entrance into Oxford Technology Park, fronting Langford Lane and the Oxford London airport, this prestigious building offers 34,125 sq.ft. of flexible space, available to let in suites from 4,140 sq.ft. for office, laboratory and R & D use. Part of what makes Building One so special is its striking contemporary design, bespoke fit-out packages and its environmental and sustainability considerations, with the use of recycled materials, automatic movement and daylight sensitive lighting, solar gain resistant enhanced cladding and brise soleil system and electric vehicle charging points, to name just a few.
Adjacent to Building One, will be the HQ facility for Native Antigen, one of the world’s leading suppliers of infectious disease antigens and antibodies. The new 49,000 sq ft two-storey purpose-built R&D and manufacturing facility will accommodate a mixture of bespoke laboratory, office and logistics operations.
These new buildings will join the Premier Inn hotel and Beefeater restaurant opened in January 2020 and will be quickly followed by the next phase of development with the Innovation Quarter. Aimed at accommodating the rapid growth of Oxford’s technology companies, the Innovation Quarter will comprise 11 two-storey buildings of striking contemporary design, from 5,160 sq.ft. to 7,045 sq.ft. apiece. Providing unique space, specified according to the requirements of science and technology businesses. Due for completion in the Autumn, the Innovation Quarter will not only be a place of work with the latest facilities but will also provide communal space where a business community can form, where collaboration can be cultivated and where innovation can thrive.
An amenity-rich environment also resides on the park’s doorstep, with a large gym, shops, restaurants and character pubs. All important factors for modern businesses and the needs of their employees as they strive to grow, develop and retain talent.
If you are an innovative, science or technology-based business, the Oxford Technology Park is where you want to call home!