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£110m technology campus planned in Gloucester

Gloucester City Council and Reef Group, the mixed-use regeneration specialist, are targeting the booming digital and cyber-technology industry with the launch of The Forum, a new technology campus in the heart of Gloucester. The £107m project, which is being delivered by Reef Group in a Joint Venture with Gloucester City Council, offers a blueprint for […]

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£58m Inhalation Centre of Excellence granted planning permission in Bristol

Vectura have been granted planning permission for a new 10,000-square metre facility on Bristol & Bath Science Park in south-west England – our ‘Inhalation Centre of Excellence’. The state-of-the-art £58 million building, which is anticipated to complete in 2025, will enable Vectura to expand their operations, providing new career opportunities for research and development scientists […]

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14-hectare science and innovation park planned by Legal & General and University of Oxford

Legal & General is to fund and deliver a new innovation district with the University of Oxford, extending the existing Begbroke Science Park across an adjacent 14-hectare site.  The first phase of the scheme will bring forward new teaching facilities for the universities Mathematical, Physical and Life Sciences departments, as well as providing space to […]

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Amazon Property launches £250m real estate fund covering multiple sectors

Amazon Property, the leading London investor-developer run by CEO Charles Gourgey and COO Chris Lanitis, has committed, via Amazon Capital (the group’s private equity division), a £250 million real estate fund to invest in joint venture opportunities in the logistics, managed office solution, PBSA, Life Sciences and retirement sectors.  Amazon Property built its strong brand […]

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Arden Cross unveils major medtech campus plans at HS2 site

Arden Cross Ltd has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with both University Hospitals Birmingham (UHB) and the University of Warwick to explore opportunities for creating a new Medical & Technology Campus to deliver world-beating innovation in healthcare as part of the £3.2 billion Arden Cross development. This crucial next step in bringing the Arden […]

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Asian inward investment into UK tech sector ‘booming’

Data compiled for the UK Government shows investment into the UK tech space from the middle east and Asia region is booming. The UK tech ecosystem is attracting record levels of venture capital money from Asian and Middle Eastern investors with FinTech leading the charge. The three most attractive sectors for Eastern capital are fintech, […]

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BentallGreenOak and Mission Street JV makes life science acquisitions

Acquisitions made by a Joint Venture between BentallGreenOak and science and innovation specialist Mission Street The development, totaling 5.5 acres, will deliver a major new innovation hub in Central Oxford to support burgeoning research and development demand Partnership will seek to expand presence in the UK’s growing life sciences and innovation sectors BentallGreenOak, has announced […]

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BioQuarter opens bidding for private sector partner for £1bn transformation project

Edinburgh BioQuarter has formally launched its public procurement process for a private sector partner. The opportunity to create a £1billion (estimated gross development value) health innovation district which will create jobs, homes, and a community for thousands of people in Edinburgh has attracted interest from parties around the world. BioQuarter, which sits just three miles […]

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Blackstone announce £850m investment in UK science parks sector

In a major boost to the UK’s life sciences sector, Blackstone portfolio company, BioMed Realty plans to deliver approximately 800,000 square feet of additional high-quality purpose-built lab space, following the acquisition of two new sites in Cambridge.  [emaillocker id=”71749″] BioMed, a leading provider of real estate solutions to the life science and technology industries, has […]

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Bruntwood and L&G seek new partner for SciTech arm

A new partner is being sought by Bruntwood and Legal & General for their sciences platform SciTech, it has been confirmed. An additional investor is set to be added to the 50:50 joint venture which currently has ten locations across England. It is understood that both Bruntwood and Legal & General are not seeking to […]

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Cambridge Norwich Tech Corridor supporting UK’s economic fightback

Key assets in the Cambridge Norwich Tech Corridor are helping to strengthen the UK’s economy at a critical time, business leaders and politicians have told a major conference in Manchester. These include its proximity to global logistics gateways like Freeport East at Felixstowe and its hosting of world-leading science and MedTech clusters, which have played […]

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CPC delivers latest UK life sciences building in Oxford

Project managers, CPC Project Services, have overseen the delivery of the final phase of the University of Oxford’s BioChemistry building, a department at the cutting edge of life sciences in the UK. The £74m development comprises 13,500 sq. m of science & education space over four above-ground levels and two basement levels.  The complex design […]

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