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Bristol & Bath Science Park is a new, world-class environment that provides the space, flexibility and support for science and technology businesses to accelerate their growth and success. It’s a lively business community, designed to actively create opportunities to share knowledge and expertise; inspiring creative thinking and driving innovation. We have everything businesses, academics and entrepreneurs need to confidently push beyond the perceived limits of their own potential, to achieve new and higher levels of success.

Set in 59 acres in North Bristol, the Park is conveniently located for the M4 and M5 motorways and Bristol’s two railway stations. With central eating and meeting places, conferencing and open green spaces, this is a vibrant, dynamic place for forward-thinking businesses. In fact, it’s the blueprint for the sustainable commercial spaces of the future.

We have great neighbours too. Within six miles of the Park are a number of world-class research based companies, making for a strong, rooted business community.

An exceptional location:
  • Easy access to M4/M5 and Bristol Parkway
  • The highest concentration of PhD graduates in the UK
  • Partner universities lead on five doctoral training centres (DTCs)
  • Convenient for exciting cultural cities of Bath and Bristol
  • Surrounded by areas of outstanding natural beauty
  • Unrivalled quality of life
  • Area recognised for world-class scientific research, innovation and development

Event

News

  • 08.04.15
  • MILIBAND TAKES HIS ELECTION CAMPAIGN TO THE SCIENCE PARK SITE
  • Ed Miliband, Leader of the Labour Party, praised the work of the National Composites Centre, located at the Science Park site in Emersons Green, during an election campaign address to employees and the wider regional business community
  • Read more.
  • 27.03.15
  • Science Park chosen for launch of local transport initiative
  • Bristol and Bath Science Park played host to the launch of an important local campaign, “Gateway2Growth”, which is calling for a new junction, Junction 18A, on the M4 to improve access to the Emersons Green. The Park is one of many places in the area set to benefit from the proposed new transport infrastructure, which will see a reduction in the burden placed upon existing roads and provide a boost to the future economic opportunity of the area.
  • Read more.
  • 20.02.15
  • Chief Secretary to the Treasury Danny Alexander visits Bristol & Bath Science Park
  • The Chief Secretary to the Treasury, Rt Hon Danny Alexander MP, paid a visit to the highly successful Bristol & Bath Science Park today, Friday 20th February, and met with a number of thriving businesses who are taking an innovative role in the green and technology sectors.
  • Read more.
Bristol and Bath Science ParkBristol and Bath Science ParkBristol and Bath Science ParkBristol and Bath Science ParkBristol and Bath Science ParkBristol and Bath Science ParkBristol and Bath Science Park

Bristol & Bath Science Park is a new, world-class environment that provides the space, flexibility and support for science and technology businesses to accelerate their growth and success. It’s a lively business community, designed to actively create opportunities to share knowledge and expertise; inspiring creative thinking and driving innovation. We have everything businesses, academics and entrepreneurs need to confidently push beyond the perceived limits of their own potential, to achieve new and higher levels of success.

Set in 59 acres in North Bristol, the Park is conveniently located for the M4 and M5 motorways and Bristol’s two railway stations. With central eating and meeting places, conferencing and open green spaces, this is a vibrant, dynamic place for forward-thinking businesses. In fact, it’s the blueprint for the sustainable commercial spaces of the future.

We have great neighbours too. Within six miles of the Park are a number of world-class research based companies, making for a strong, rooted business community.

An exceptional location:
  • Easy access to M4/M5 and Bristol Parkway
  • The highest concentration of PhD graduates in the UK
  • Partner universities lead on five doctoral training centres (DTCs)
  • Convenient for exciting cultural cities of Bath and Bristol
  • Surrounded by areas of outstanding natural beauty
  • Unrivalled quality of life
  • Area recognised for world-class scientific research, innovation and development

Event

News

  • 08.04.15
  • MILIBAND TAKES HIS ELECTION CAMPAIGN TO THE SCIENCE PARK SITE
  • Ed Miliband, Leader of the Labour Party, praised the work of the National Composites Centre, located at the Science Park site in Emersons Green, during an election campaign address to employees and the wider regional business community
  • Read more.
  • 27.03.15
  • Science Park chosen for launch of local transport initiative
  • Bristol and Bath Science Park played host to the launch of an important local campaign, “Gateway2Growth”, which is calling for a new junction, Junction 18A, on the M4 to improve access to the Emersons Green. The Park is one of many places in the area set to benefit from the proposed new transport infrastructure, which will see a reduction in the burden placed upon existing roads and provide a boost to the future economic opportunity of the area.
  • Read more.
  • 20.02.15
  • Chief Secretary to the Treasury Danny Alexander visits Bristol & Bath Science Park
  • The Chief Secretary to the Treasury, Rt Hon Danny Alexander MP, paid a visit to the highly successful Bristol & Bath Science Park today, Friday 20th February, and met with a number of thriving businesses who are taking an innovative role in the green and technology sectors.
  • Read more.
Bristol and Bath Science ParkBristol and Bath Science ParkBristol and Bath Science ParkBristol and Bath Science ParkBristol and Bath Science ParkBristol and Bath Science ParkBristol and Bath Science Park

Bristol & Bath Science Park is a new, world-class environment that provides the space, flexibility and support for science and technology businesses to accelerate their growth and success. It’s a lively business community, designed to actively create opportunities to share knowledge and expertise; inspiring creative thinking and driving innovation. We have everything businesses, academics and entrepreneurs need to confidently push beyond the perceived limits of their own potential, to achieve new and higher levels of success.

Set in 59 acres in North Bristol, the Park is conveniently located for the M4 and M5 motorways and Bristol’s two railway stations. With central eating and meeting places, conferencing and open green spaces, this is a vibrant, dynamic place for forward-thinking businesses. In fact, it’s the blueprint for the sustainable commercial spaces of the future.

We have great neighbours too. Within six miles of the Park are a number of world-class research based companies, making for a strong, rooted business community.

An exceptional location:
  • Easy access to M4/M5 and Bristol Parkway
  • The highest concentration of PhD graduates in the UK
  • Partner universities lead on five doctoral training centres (DTCs)
  • Convenient for exciting cultural cities of Bath and Bristol
  • Surrounded by areas of outstanding natural beauty
  • Unrivalled quality of life
  • Area recognised for world-class scientific research, innovation and development

Event

News

  • 08.04.15
  • MILIBAND TAKES HIS ELECTION CAMPAIGN TO THE SCIENCE PARK SITE
  • Ed Miliband, Leader of the Labour Party, praised the work of the National Composites Centre, located at the Science Park site in Emersons Green, during an election campaign address to employees and the wider regional business community
  • Read more.
  • 27.03.15
  • Science Park chosen for launch of local transport initiative
  • Bristol and Bath Science Park played host to the launch of an important local campaign, “Gateway2Growth”, which is calling for a new junction, Junction 18A, on the M4 to improve access to the Emersons Green. The Park is one of many places in the area set to benefit from the proposed new transport infrastructure, which will see a reduction in the burden placed upon existing roads and provide a boost to the future economic opportunity of the area.
  • Read more.
  • 20.02.15
  • Chief Secretary to the Treasury Danny Alexander visits Bristol & Bath Science Park
  • The Chief Secretary to the Treasury, Rt Hon Danny Alexander MP, paid a visit to the highly successful Bristol & Bath Science Park today, Friday 20th February, and met with a number of thriving businesses who are taking an innovative role in the green and technology sectors.
  • Read more.

Bristol and Bath Science Park

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Bristol & Bath Science Park is a new, world-class environment that provides the space, flexibility and support for science and technology businesses to accelerate their growth and success. It’s a lively business community, designed to actively create opportunities to share knowledge and expertise; inspiring creative thinking and driving innovation. We have everything businesses, academics and entrepreneurs need to confidently push beyond the perceived limits of their own potential, to achieve new and higher levels of success.

Set in 59 acres in North Bristol, the Park is conveniently located for the M4 and M5 motorways and Bristol’s two railway stations. With central eating and meeting places, conferencing and open green spaces, this is a vibrant, dynamic place for forward-thinking businesses. In fact, it’s the blueprint for the sustainable commercial spaces of the future.

We have great neighbours too. Within six miles of the Park are a number of world-class research based companies, making for a strong, rooted business community.

An exceptional location:
  • Easy access to M4/M5 and Bristol Parkway
  • The highest concentration of PhD graduates in the UK
  • Partner universities lead on five doctoral training centres (DTCs)
  • Convenient for exciting cultural cities of Bath and Bristol
  • Surrounded by areas of outstanding natural beauty
  • Unrivalled quality of life
  • Area recognised for world-class scientific research, innovation and development

Event

News

  • 08.04.15
  • MILIBAND TAKES HIS ELECTION CAMPAIGN TO THE SCIENCE PARK SITE
  • Ed Miliband, Leader of the Labour Party, praised the work of the National Composites Centre, located at the Science Park site in Emersons Green, during an election campaign address to employees and the wider regional business community
  • Read more.
  • 27.03.15
  • Science Park chosen for launch of local transport initiative
  • Bristol and Bath Science Park played host to the launch of an important local campaign, “Gateway2Growth”, which is calling for a new junction, Junction 18A, on the M4 to improve access to the Emersons Green. The Park is one of many places in the area set to benefit from the proposed new transport infrastructure, which will see a reduction in the burden placed upon existing roads and provide a boost to the future economic opportunity of the area.
  • Read more.
  • 20.02.15
  • Chief Secretary to the Treasury Danny Alexander visits Bristol & Bath Science Park
  • The Chief Secretary to the Treasury, Rt Hon Danny Alexander MP, paid a visit to the highly successful Bristol & Bath Science Park today, Friday 20th February, and met with a number of thriving businesses who are taking an innovative role in the green and technology sectors.
  • Read more.

Bristol and Bath Science Park

Bristol and Bath Science ParkBristol and Bath Science ParkBristol and Bath Science ParkBristol and Bath Science ParkBristol and Bath Science ParkBristol and Bath Science ParkBristol and Bath Science Park

Bristol & Bath Science Park is a new, world-class environment that provides the space, flexibility and support for science and technology businesses to accelerate their growth and success. It’s a lively business community, designed to actively create opportunities to share knowledge and expertise; inspiring creative thinking and driving innovation. We have everything businesses, academics and entrepreneurs need to confidently push beyond the perceived limits of their own potential, to achieve new and higher levels of success.

Set in 59 acres in North Bristol, the Park is conveniently located for the M4 and M5 motorways and Bristol’s two railway stations. With central eating and meeting places, conferencing and open green spaces, this is a vibrant, dynamic place for forward-thinking businesses. In fact, it’s the blueprint for the sustainable commercial spaces of the future.

We have great neighbours too. Within six miles of the Park are a number of world-class research based companies, making for a strong, rooted business community.

An exceptional location:
  • Easy access to M4/M5 and Bristol Parkway
  • The highest concentration of PhD graduates in the UK
  • Partner universities lead on five doctoral training centres (DTCs)
  • Convenient for exciting cultural cities of Bath and Bristol
  • Surrounded by areas of outstanding natural beauty
  • Unrivalled quality of life
  • Area recognised for world-class scientific research, innovation and development

Event

News

  • 08.04.15
  • MILIBAND TAKES HIS ELECTION CAMPAIGN TO THE SCIENCE PARK SITE
  • Ed Miliband, Leader of the Labour Party, praised the work of the National Composites Centre, located at the Science Park site in Emersons Green, during an election campaign address to employees and the wider regional business community
  • Read more.
  • 27.03.15
  • Science Park chosen for launch of local transport initiative
  • Bristol and Bath Science Park played host to the launch of an important local campaign, “Gateway2Growth”, which is calling for a new junction, Junction 18A, on the M4 to improve access to the Emersons Green. The Park is one of many places in the area set to benefit from the proposed new transport infrastructure, which will see a reduction in the burden placed upon existing roads and provide a boost to the future economic opportunity of the area.
  • Read more.
  • 20.02.15
  • Chief Secretary to the Treasury Danny Alexander visits Bristol & Bath Science Park
  • The Chief Secretary to the Treasury, Rt Hon Danny Alexander MP, paid a visit to the highly successful Bristol & Bath Science Park today, Friday 20th February, and met with a number of thriving businesses who are taking an innovative role in the green and technology sectors.
  • Read more.