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Harwell Campus has secured planning permission to start construction for a new Quad Two building

09:53 02 November in Digital Technology, Life Sciences & Healthcare, Oxfordshire, Talent and Innovation

Quad Two will be an expansion of Harwell’s Science and Innovation Campus, located in Oxfordshire, taking up 47,000 sq. ft in a Grade A development to produce further office space for companies. The building will generate flexible office space, allowing three out of four floors to be let for single or multiple tenants in units from 2,500-20,000 sq. ft. Work is due to commence in 2021 and be completed by 2022.

Quad Two will be located in the central Quad area surrounded by a gym, café and Quad One. The cladding treatment surrounding Quad One and extending to Quad Two is based on enhancing the surrounding nature around the buildings by using mirrored, glazed panels to reflect the natural landscape surrounding both quads.

 “Harwell Campus is a world-leading home for fast growth science and technology organisations.  This new building will enable companies looking for a competitive, multi-cluster, collaborative advantage to be located alongside some of the brightest minds in the country, delivering world leading research and life changing technologies.

“As demand for Grade A accommodation for ambitious science and tech companies has continued to grow across the UK, we are delighted to be able to meet this requirement in the form of Quad Two. With a total of 1.5 million sq. ft to be developed by the mid-2020s we look forward to welcoming many more people to Harwell in the coming years.”

Angus Horner, Harwell Campus Director 


Harwell Science and Innovation Campus is well known and established as one of the leading science and innovation campuses in Europe. Harwell unites organisations, institutions and businesses to solve global challenges. The campus is stretched across 700 acres of land with over 200 organisations at present leading the way in health, science, technology and space offering an array of other services such as workshops and networking.

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