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Oxford Science Park gets green light for new office and lab complex

Magdalen College, Oxford, has gained approval for a 168,000 sqft office and laboratory complex at the Oxford Science Park. Plot 16 plans will feature a central raised plaza with wider landscaping and accessibility enhancements. Construction is due to start in Autumn 2020, backed by the Oxford...

The heart of Slough major £650 million redevelopment

 Slough Urban Renewal are partnering with Muse Developments as part of a £650 million redevelopment in the heart of Slough. Slough Borough Council bought the former Thames Valley University land as part of regeneration plans for the town. Both companies will deliver the North West Quadrant,...

Virgin Media moves into new Green Park Headquarters

Global telecoms giant, Virgin Media has moved its UK Head Office to Green Park in Reading, taking all 120,000 sqft at 500 Brook Drive. Holding up to 1,500 staff, the new headquarters contains extended breakout areas, meeting rooms, a staff restaurant and coffee shop. High sustainability...

£35 million grant funding available for businesses in rural areas

Rural businesses across the UK are set to benefit from a guaranteed £35 million in government funding in order to create new jobs, boost tourism and unlock growth in rural areas. This figure could be increased to £50 million if there are enough high-quality applications. The...

Thames Valley tech companies come together to deliver STEM initiative

Local tech companies and institutes including Softcat, Gamma, Westcoast and the Rosalind Franklin Institute have collaborated with the Education Business Partnership (EBP) to create a new initiative called Hi-Tech Horizons. The programme aims to reach and directly engage with 50,000 secondary and college students over...

UK taking a big ‘STEP’ to fusion electricity at Culham

The UK Government is committing £220 million for the conceptual design of a fusion power station, the Spherical Tokamak for Energy Production (STEP), which will move the UK towards zero carbon, safe and abundant commercial fusion electricity. The Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial...