Exeter Science Park
The Exeter Science Park is part of the Growth Point development and planned for the Redhayes site, close to Exeter International Airport and adjacent to the M5 and A30. Work was completed in early 2013 on the £1.1million access road and development has commenced on site.
The site comprises some 70 acres gross (40 acres net) of development land. This will provide some 725,000sq ft of Science Park buildings including a high quality hotel and conferencing centre, together with on-site support facilities.
This is a high-profile site, in terms of communications, proximity to the city and the availability of support from the University, the nearby Met Office and other local organisations.
The Exeter Science Park will draw on the best practice available from the other 60 UK parks and from further afield. It will offer an excellent environment (not just a location) for technology-based businesses and will be very flexible in its leasing arrangements. Plots should also be available for purchase by owner/occupiers.
For the latest news and information about the Exeter Science Park please view the Exeter Science Park website.
For information about Exeter's latest science news, discoveries and events, and for links to science jobs, please view the Exeter City of Science website
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