Developers Hill Street and Bloombridge get green light for £90m scheme

Oxford Technology Park

Joint developers Hill Street Holdings and Bloombridge have secured planning permission for a £90m technology park outside Oxford.

The UMC-designed Oxford Technology Park will create 430,000 sq ft of research and development space at Kidlington on the northern outskirts of Oxford.

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.

Construction is expected to start this year, and is set to be completed by 2025. It is expected to create 1,250 jobs.

Angus Bates, Hill Street Holdings CEO, 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 bespoke units and we are able to offer ‘design and build’ solutions to suit individual occupiers.”