Plots 23 – 26 The Oxford Science Park.​

Oxford, UK

Cutting-edge science and research.​

“The demand for commercial, cutting-edge science & research laboratory space is growing, Plots 23 – 26 provide flexible and adaptable workspace which has been designed to respond to this rapid development. We have worked alongside The Oxford Science Park for over 20 years, reflecting on this period we have gained a profound understanding of their ecosystem and are proud to be supporting them on the next step of their journey”. – Richard Knight.​

A collaborative environment where innovation can flourish​

Plots 23 – 26 comprise of three buildings totalling over 400K sq ft, each building has been designed to provide headquarters – office and laboratory facilities – for leading science and technology companies.​

​Drawing upon our expert knowledge, delivering some of the sector’s most innovative facilities, we worked alongside the team to provide an environment where technological innovation can flourish but also staying true to our values with the class leading buildings designed to the highest quality putting wellbeing and sustainability at the heart of the design process.​

​A leading European science park​

A key driver for project was to respond to the rapid expansion and demand for commercial science facilities within Oxford. Each building offers a flexible expedient route to potential tenants by providing ‘lab ready’ primary plant and services to each floor plate. This approach was adopted to support the growth of existing occupiers, provide flexibility with their space requirements, and facilitate new companies to join the Park’s unique community. The new buildings will help meet the demand for high-quality laboratory and office space.’

Our expansion cement TOSP’s position as a leading European science park and further Oxford’s reputation for improving global health and well-being. Submission of these detailed planning applications is an important step towards realising this exciting and urgently needed new development for the Oxford innovation ecosystem

Rory Maw, CEO of The Oxford Science Park