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nOxford-park1602Joint developers Hill Street Holdings and Bloombridge have secured planning permission for a £90M steel-framed technology park in Oxford.

The UMC-designed Oxford Technology Park will create 40,000m² of research and development space at Kidlington on the northern outskirts of the city.

The park will comprise two Grade A, three-storey buildings with office, research and development and innovation space, plus a range of two-storey research and development buildings.

According to UMC, all of the buildings have been designed as steel-framed structures for speed of construction, flexibility and in order to create the long spans required in the research spaces.

Hill Street Holdings CEO Angus Bates said: “Oxford Technology Park will deliver top quality office and R&D space for businesses of all sizes, set within 20 acres of landscaped grounds.

“Each unit will be modelled as a bespoke unit and we are able to offer ‘design and build’ solutions to suit individual occupiers.”

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