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Key Business and Science Parks
Culham Science Centre, owned and managed by the United Kingdom Atomic Energy Authority, is sited in one of the most successful science locations in the country.
The centre is home to over 45 commercial businesses, ranging from start-ups to major international organisations.
With its green open spaces and peaceful location, it is akin to a university campus, particularly when the site becomes an international Summer School for postgraduate physics and plasma students.
Opened in 2019, Oxfordshire Advanced Skills (OAS) offers high quality training for apprentice engineers and technicians at technology businesses in the Thames Valley.Find out more +
Well-established as one of the leading science and innovation campuses in Europe, Harwell is steeped in world firsts: from the discovery of the world’s largest prime number, to the building of Europe’s first energy producing fission reactor and the launch of the transistorised computer.
Sitting on 700 acres, south of the historic city of Oxford, Harwell welcomes new facilities, businesses and people each year. The campus continues to expand on-site facilities aimed at those who work and visit the area, such as places to eat, drink, live and catch up with colleagues and friends.Find out more +
Milton Park is home to around 250 businesses ranging from new university spin outs to established medium and large science and technology companies that employ approximately 9,000 people.
Vision 2040 has a clear goal for Milton Park to grow sustainably and in a well-managed way from its current 9,000 employees across 250 businesses to reach 20,000 workers by 2040.
The Milton Park Local Development Order is a unique simplified planning regime which permits growth up to four million square feet. Designed to last 15 years and covering the whole of Milton park, the LDO allows planning permission to be granted for a wide range of uses in just 10 days.Find out more +