Exeter Science Park
Exeter Science Park has been established to attract growing science and technology businesses that will deliver high value jobs, collaborate with the research base and contribute to the continued growth of the local economy.
The University is committed to knowledge exploitation and Exeter Science Park is helping it to turn ideas generated at the University into marketable products and services.
Located to the east of the city, between the motorway and A30 at the J29 of the M5, the park is taking shape with two iconic buildings now operational and taking in tenants.
The Met Office HPC complex (the largest High Performance Computer in Europe) is due to open in autumn 2016. Growth Deal Two funding has been granted by Heart of South West LEP to deliver three further buildings by 2018 that will offer space for growing SMEs and a bespoke building focused on delivering data led solutions.
The Science Park, which has a designed masterplan across 55 acres, has space available for start-up science and technology companies through to established multi-national businesses looking for bespoke building solutions.
The Science Park Centre, the hub of the park with its café and conferencing facilities, is bringing together a community of like-minded people to collaborate within the park, as well as facilitating collaborations with the local knowledge base, such as the University and Met Office.
The Park has been made possible through the partnership of the University of Exeter, Devon County Council, Exeter City Council, East Devon District Council along with funding from the Heart of South West LEP.