OXFORD TECHNOLOGY PARK JOINS OBN

The Oxford Technology Park is delighted to announce that we have joined OBN as a member. This is a not for profit membership organisation that supports and brings together the UK’s life sciences companies, corporate partners and investors, creating and enhancing an environment that supports the development and growth of its member organisations within the innovative Life Science sector.

Everyone at the Oxford Technology Park is looking forward to taking advantage of its networking opportunities, tailored advice and help for life sciences companies and clusters and the opportunity of promoting our new Commercial accommodation within its news page as well as OBN’s Newsletter.

Lee Pratley, Head of Purchasing and Membership at OBN commented “OBN are delighted to have Oxford Technology Park onboard as Members. We look forward to seeing the new developments on the park and working closely with the team and their tenants”.

Construction is now underway on Building One with the construction of Building Three also being started this month at the Oxford Technology Park. The flagship frontage Building One, is being built as a laboratory capable, Grade A office and can accommodate requirements from 4,000 ft2 housing companies of 20 employees or so with laboratory and office space. The three-storey building will be a laboratory capable office building and the ‘sister’ building to the hotel & restaurant already built and occupied. Building Three is the first detached hybrid building and ready for occupation next year.

Once complete, Oxford Technology Park will be a total of 20 acres of office, flexible hybrid science & technology units and midsize grow-on innovation spaces, all suitable for office, research and development, laboratories, , production and manufacturing use. The next phase of development at the park will provide opportunities for all these spaces.

Oxford Technology Park is being developed by Hill Street Holdings, who have a breadth of experience in similar developments around Cambridge and East Anglia. After identifying the opportunity for science and technology space in the North of Oxford some time ago, the team are excited to be progressing construction work at this location. The scheme is a major new science and technology Park providing much needed space for innovative businesses in Oxfordshire, strategically placed just to the north of Oxford City, adjacent to London (Oxford) Airport and a short distance from the new Oxford Parkway Station. The park has excellent access to both Oxford and the surrounding transport infrastructure within the evolving Golden Triangle of Oxford, Cambridge, and London.

For more information on how to join OBN

https://obn.org.uk/Membership/Membership-Benefits

For more information on the Oxford Technology Park and available space visit

www.oxfordtechnologypark.com