Bristol and Bath Science Park Location, Directions and Contact Information

Location / Contact

Bristol & Bath Science Park                                             
Dirac Crescent
Emersons Green
Bristol. BS16 7FR
T: 0117 370 7700
www.bbsp.co.uk

Click here to take a look around inside.

 

Like other leading companies in the region, we are working with North Bristol Sus Com to help reduce travel in single cars and promote new and sustainable type of transport.

Sat Nav
Our new site and postcode are registered but may be difficult to pull up on a Sat Nav. However, if you enter BS16 7AJ it will direct you to the Science Park entrance
.

[imagegroup1]

From M4 London: exit J18
At roundabout take third exit A46(N) sign posted Westonbirt Arboretum. After 200 metres take the first left onto B4465. Stay on B4465 for approximately 5.5 miles through one set of traffic lights (signposted Mangotsfield/Emersons Green) until you reach a roundabout (The Folly Pub will be on your right). Take the first exit onto Jenner Boulevard, which is the main entrance of the Science Park.

From M4 Wales: exit J19, join M32 and exit at J1

From Bristol: exit M32 at J1

Follow A4174 East (signposted Kingswood/Yate)
Staying on the A4174 go through one set of traffic lights and cross two roundabouts, at the third roundabout (Lyde Green) take the first exit (Westerleigh Road). At the next roundabout take the third exit into the entrance of the Science Park (Jenner Boulevard).

From Bath/Keynsham
Join the A4174 Ring Road signposted towards the M32. As you approach Emersons Green you will pass a Sainsbury’s Retail Centre on your left. At the next roundabout (Lyde Green) take the third exit onto Westerleigh Road. At the next roundabout take the third exit into the entrance of the Science Park (Jenner Boulevard).

Upon Entering the Park
Follow Jenner Boulevard as it bends round sharply to the right, the Science Park buildings will be on your right the whole time. Almost immediately after a 20 mph speed limit sign there is a turning on the right, signposted Dirac Crescent, which looks like a paved area but is also the entrance to the car park.

For a printable PDF of the driving directions please click here

Take The Train
The national rail network is accessed from Bristol Parkway Station, 4 miles away. Please note that there are two stations in Bristol: Bristol Parkway and Bristol Temple Meads. Click Here to plan your journey.

Go on Foot
Bristol & Bath Railway Path is a well maintained 13 mile off road route between the cities of Bristol and Bath. Ideal for travel on foot or by bike, the path is open to walkers and cyclists and is accessible for disabled users. Not only a picturesque commuter route, the path is also an important wildlife corridor. There are also footpaths around and through the Science Park, enabling you to get around the local neighbourhood or take a walk to clear your head. Click Here for a journey planner.

Go by Bus
There are three options to get to the Science Park by bus.


The X48 service is new express service for 2015 from the Centre of Bristol directly to the Science Park via M32. For further information regarding the route click here


The X18 is an express bus service linking Emersons Green to Aztec West via UWE, MOD, the North Fringe and Filton. The route combines the current service 18 as part of a range of improvements from First and South Gloucestershire Council delivering more frequent services for commuters and better connections with other routes.


Alternatively you can take the First Bus Number 48 route from Bristol City Centre.


Request the driver to stop at the Meadgate stop on Emerson Way in Emersons Green.
Once off the bus, make your way along Emerson Way to the petrol station located on the roundabout (you will have passed this on the bus, as the bus descends the road & turns right at the roundabout onto Emerson Way – the petrol station is clearly visible).


Follow this pavement around, keeping the petrol station on your immediate right. Keep walking and you will reach the Emersons Green Beefeater and Premier Inn located on Lyde Green Roundabout. Follow the pavement round the bend and you will see a light controlled pedestrian crossing (the roundabout will now be on your left).


Cross over both sides of the road and follow the pavement once again around to the right and up the road (you do not need to cross again until you get to the end of the pavement). You will see an open area of land to your left – keep this on your left hand side and you will come to the top of Dirac Crescent, which is located just before the bus shelters. This is the Science Park. You will see The Forum at the bottom of Dirac Crescent – a large glass fronted building. Reception is located in The Forum.

Saving you petrol and wear and tear costs, and offering a relaxing journey to work – just hop on and let the bus take you, virtually to your desk.

On your Bike

We are all set up for bikes. As well as the two electric bikes available to tenants and occupants, there is covered cycle parking and visitor cycle parking on-site. Located on the Avon Cycle Way there are links for cyclists from all over South Gloucestershire as well as from Bristol via the Bristol to Bath cycle path. Click Here to map your route.

Go Electric
We are a Co-Wheels site and have three standard charge points as well as a Rapid Charge Point located in the main car park. Use of the charge points can be booked via Source West. There is a booking system for cars, which can be accessed by joining Co-Wheels. For other charge points locally either visit Zap-Map Live or Source West.
 

Property and Letting Agents

GVA
Alex Riddell
T: 0117 988 5269
M: 07962 336058
alex.riddell@gva.co.uk

CBRE
Philip Morton
T: 0117 943 5753
M: 07921 061198
philip.morton@cbre.com

Press and Public Relations

Tom Beasley
Head of Forum & Innovation Centre
T: 0117 370 7703
M: 07920 467345
tbeasley@bbsp.co.uk

Download the Masterplan

+44 (0)117 370 7700 info@bbsp.co.uk

News

  • 08.11.16
  • UK solar car racing team signs CFMS as sponsor, gets access to Cray supercomputer for car design modelling
  • Aerodynamics modelled using computational fluid dynamics - cuts testing from days to minutes

    The UK based solar racing team, Solar Team Great Britain, that is aiming to be the first British team to win the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge, has today announced it has signed the Centre for Modelling & Simulation (CFMS), a specialist in high value design capability, as a strategic sponsor.
  • Read more.
  • 07.11.16
  • Minister for Industry and Energy visits Bristol and Bath Science Park
  • Jesse Norman, Minister for Industry and Energy visited Bristol and Bath Science Park (BBSP), meeting with the Centre for Modelling & Simulation (CFMS), a specialist in high value design capability, and HiETA Technologies, experts in Additive Manufacturing (AM).
  • Read more.
  • 28.09.16
  • CFMS releases results for next generation High-Order CFD Prototype
  • Bristol, 28th September 2016 - The Centre for Modelling & Simulation (CFMS) is pleased to announce that the Hyperflux high order CFD solver prototype is now available at CFMS for industrial and research evaluation. Based on next generation High-Order Flux Reconstruction (HO/FR) CFD methods, the software is the product of a two year research programme with grant assistance from Innovate UK and EPSRC
  • Read more.

Event

  • 19.01.17
  • Big Data Unravelled – New Seminar Series from Arkevista
  • Local market and sales intelligence company Arkevista is holding the first of a series of seminars, aiming to provide companies with practical methods to exploit Big Data and how to identify the benefits within the business environment. The first breakfast briefing will be held at the Bristol and Bath Science Park on Thursday January 19 2017
  • Read more.
Bristol and Bath Science Park Location, Directions and Contact Information

Location / Contact

News

  • 08.11.16
  • UK solar car racing team signs CFMS as sponsor, gets access to Cray supercomputer for car design modelling
  • Aerodynamics modelled using computational fluid dynamics - cuts testing from days to minutes

    The UK based solar racing team, Solar Team Great Britain, that is aiming to be the first British team to win the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge, has today announced it has signed the Centre for Modelling & Simulation (CFMS), a specialist in high value design capability, as a strategic sponsor.
  • Read more.
  • 07.11.16
  • Minister for Industry and Energy visits Bristol and Bath Science Park
  • Jesse Norman, Minister for Industry and Energy visited Bristol and Bath Science Park (BBSP), meeting with the Centre for Modelling & Simulation (CFMS), a specialist in high value design capability, and HiETA Technologies, experts in Additive Manufacturing (AM).
  • Read more.
  • 28.09.16
  • CFMS releases results for next generation High-Order CFD Prototype
  • Bristol, 28th September 2016 - The Centre for Modelling & Simulation (CFMS) is pleased to announce that the Hyperflux high order CFD solver prototype is now available at CFMS for industrial and research evaluation. Based on next generation High-Order Flux Reconstruction (HO/FR) CFD methods, the software is the product of a two year research programme with grant assistance from Innovate UK and EPSRC
  • Read more.

Event

  • 19.01.17
  • Big Data Unravelled – New Seminar Series from Arkevista
  • Local market and sales intelligence company Arkevista is holding the first of a series of seminars, aiming to provide companies with practical methods to exploit Big Data and how to identify the benefits within the business environment. The first breakfast briefing will be held at the Bristol and Bath Science Park on Thursday January 19 2017
  • Read more.

Bristol & Bath Science Park                                             
Dirac Crescent
Emersons Green
Bristol. BS16 7FR
T: 0117 370 7700
www.bbsp.co.uk

Click here to take a look around inside.

 

Like other leading companies in the region, we are working with North Bristol Sus Com to help reduce travel in single cars and promote new and sustainable type of transport.

Sat Nav
Our new site and postcode are registered but may be difficult to pull up on a Sat Nav. However, if you enter BS16 7AJ it will direct you to the Science Park entrance
.

[imagegroup1]

From M4 London: exit J18
At roundabout take third exit A46(N) sign posted Westonbirt Arboretum. After 200 metres take the first left onto B4465. Stay on B4465 for approximately 5.5 miles through one set of traffic lights (signposted Mangotsfield/Emersons Green) until you reach a roundabout (The Folly Pub will be on your right). Take the first exit onto Jenner Boulevard, which is the main entrance of the Science Park.

From M4 Wales: exit J19, join M32 and exit at J1

From Bristol: exit M32 at J1

Follow A4174 East (signposted Kingswood/Yate)
Staying on the A4174 go through one set of traffic lights and cross two roundabouts, at the third roundabout (Lyde Green) take the first exit (Westerleigh Road). At the next roundabout take the third exit into the entrance of the Science Park (Jenner Boulevard).

From Bath/Keynsham
Join the A4174 Ring Road signposted towards the M32. As you approach Emersons Green you will pass a Sainsbury’s Retail Centre on your left. At the next roundabout (Lyde Green) take the third exit onto Westerleigh Road. At the next roundabout take the third exit into the entrance of the Science Park (Jenner Boulevard).

Upon Entering the Park
Follow Jenner Boulevard as it bends round sharply to the right, the Science Park buildings will be on your right the whole time. Almost immediately after a 20 mph speed limit sign there is a turning on the right, signposted Dirac Crescent, which looks like a paved area but is also the entrance to the car park.

For a printable PDF of the driving directions please click here

Take The Train
The national rail network is accessed from Bristol Parkway Station, 4 miles away. Please note that there are two stations in Bristol: Bristol Parkway and Bristol Temple Meads. Click Here to plan your journey.

Go on Foot
Bristol & Bath Railway Path is a well maintained 13 mile off road route between the cities of Bristol and Bath. Ideal for travel on foot or by bike, the path is open to walkers and cyclists and is accessible for disabled users. Not only a picturesque commuter route, the path is also an important wildlife corridor. There are also footpaths around and through the Science Park, enabling you to get around the local neighbourhood or take a walk to clear your head. Click Here for a journey planner.

Go by Bus
There are three options to get to the Science Park by bus.


The X48 service is new express service for 2015 from the Centre of Bristol directly to the Science Park via M32. For further information regarding the route click here


The X18 is an express bus service linking Emersons Green to Aztec West via UWE, MOD, the North Fringe and Filton. The route combines the current service 18 as part of a range of improvements from First and South Gloucestershire Council delivering more frequent services for commuters and better connections with other routes.


Alternatively you can take the First Bus Number 48 route from Bristol City Centre.


Request the driver to stop at the Meadgate stop on Emerson Way in Emersons Green.
Once off the bus, make your way along Emerson Way to the petrol station located on the roundabout (you will have passed this on the bus, as the bus descends the road & turns right at the roundabout onto Emerson Way – the petrol station is clearly visible).


Follow this pavement around, keeping the petrol station on your immediate right. Keep walking and you will reach the Emersons Green Beefeater and Premier Inn located on Lyde Green Roundabout. Follow the pavement round the bend and you will see a light controlled pedestrian crossing (the roundabout will now be on your left).


Cross over both sides of the road and follow the pavement once again around to the right and up the road (you do not need to cross again until you get to the end of the pavement). You will see an open area of land to your left – keep this on your left hand side and you will come to the top of Dirac Crescent, which is located just before the bus shelters. This is the Science Park. You will see The Forum at the bottom of Dirac Crescent – a large glass fronted building. Reception is located in The Forum.

Saving you petrol and wear and tear costs, and offering a relaxing journey to work – just hop on and let the bus take you, virtually to your desk.

On your Bike

We are all set up for bikes. As well as the two electric bikes available to tenants and occupants, there is covered cycle parking and visitor cycle parking on-site. Located on the Avon Cycle Way there are links for cyclists from all over South Gloucestershire as well as from Bristol via the Bristol to Bath cycle path. Click Here to map your route.

Go Electric
We are a Co-Wheels site and have three standard charge points as well as a Rapid Charge Point located in the main car park. Use of the charge points can be booked via Source West. There is a booking system for cars, which can be accessed by joining Co-Wheels. For other charge points locally either visit Zap-Map Live or Source West.
 

Property and Letting Agents

GVA
Alex Riddell
T: 0117 988 5269
M: 07962 336058
alex.riddell@gva.co.uk

CBRE
Philip Morton
T: 0117 943 5753
M: 07921 061198
philip.morton@cbre.com

Press and Public Relations

Tom Beasley
Head of Forum & Innovation Centre
T: 0117 370 7703
M: 07920 467345
tbeasley@bbsp.co.uk

Download the Masterplan

Bristol and Bath Science Park Location, Directions and Contact Information

+44 (0)117 370 7700

info@bbsp.co.uk

Event

  • 19.01.17
  • Big Data Unravelled – New Seminar Series from Arkevista
  • Local market and sales intelligence company Arkevista is holding the first of a series of seminars, aiming to provide companies with practical methods to exploit Big Data and how to identify the benefits within the business environment. The first breakfast briefing will be held at the Bristol and Bath Science Park on Thursday January 19 2017
  • Read more.

News

  • 08.11.16
  • UK solar car racing team signs CFMS as sponsor, gets access to Cray supercomputer for car design modelling
  • Aerodynamics modelled using computational fluid dynamics - cuts testing from days to minutes

    The UK based solar racing team, Solar Team Great Britain, that is aiming to be the first British team to win the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge, has today announced it has signed the Centre for Modelling & Simulation (CFMS), a specialist in high value design capability, as a strategic sponsor.
  • Read more.
  • 07.11.16
  • Minister for Industry and Energy visits Bristol and Bath Science Park
  • Jesse Norman, Minister for Industry and Energy visited Bristol and Bath Science Park (BBSP), meeting with the Centre for Modelling & Simulation (CFMS), a specialist in high value design capability, and HiETA Technologies, experts in Additive Manufacturing (AM).
  • Read more.
  • 28.09.16
  • CFMS releases results for next generation High-Order CFD Prototype
  • Bristol, 28th September 2016 - The Centre for Modelling & Simulation (CFMS) is pleased to announce that the Hyperflux high order CFD solver prototype is now available at CFMS for industrial and research evaluation. Based on next generation High-Order Flux Reconstruction (HO/FR) CFD methods, the software is the product of a two year research programme with grant assistance from Innovate UK and EPSRC
  • Read more.
Bristol and Bath Science Park Location, Directions and Contact Information

Location / Contact

Bristol & Bath Science Park                                             
Dirac Crescent
Emersons Green
Bristol. BS16 7FR
T: 0117 370 7700
www.bbsp.co.uk

Click here to take a look around inside.

 

Like other leading companies in the region, we are working with North Bristol Sus Com to help reduce travel in single cars and promote new and sustainable type of transport.

Sat Nav
Our new site and postcode are registered but may be difficult to pull up on a Sat Nav. However, if you enter BS16 7AJ it will direct you to the Science Park entrance
.

[imagegroup1]

From M4 London: exit J18
At roundabout take third exit A46(N) sign posted Westonbirt Arboretum. After 200 metres take the first left onto B4465. Stay on B4465 for approximately 5.5 miles through one set of traffic lights (signposted Mangotsfield/Emersons Green) until you reach a roundabout (The Folly Pub will be on your right). Take the first exit onto Jenner Boulevard, which is the main entrance of the Science Park.

From M4 Wales: exit J19, join M32 and exit at J1

From Bristol: exit M32 at J1

Follow A4174 East (signposted Kingswood/Yate)
Staying on the A4174 go through one set of traffic lights and cross two roundabouts, at the third roundabout (Lyde Green) take the first exit (Westerleigh Road). At the next roundabout take the third exit into the entrance of the Science Park (Jenner Boulevard).

From Bath/Keynsham
Join the A4174 Ring Road signposted towards the M32. As you approach Emersons Green you will pass a Sainsbury’s Retail Centre on your left. At the next roundabout (Lyde Green) take the third exit onto Westerleigh Road. At the next roundabout take the third exit into the entrance of the Science Park (Jenner Boulevard).

Upon Entering the Park
Follow Jenner Boulevard as it bends round sharply to the right, the Science Park buildings will be on your right the whole time. Almost immediately after a 20 mph speed limit sign there is a turning on the right, signposted Dirac Crescent, which looks like a paved area but is also the entrance to the car park.

For a printable PDF of the driving directions please click here

Take The Train
The national rail network is accessed from Bristol Parkway Station, 4 miles away. Please note that there are two stations in Bristol: Bristol Parkway and Bristol Temple Meads. Click Here to plan your journey.

Go on Foot
Bristol & Bath Railway Path is a well maintained 13 mile off road route between the cities of Bristol and Bath. Ideal for travel on foot or by bike, the path is open to walkers and cyclists and is accessible for disabled users. Not only a picturesque commuter route, the path is also an important wildlife corridor. There are also footpaths around and through the Science Park, enabling you to get around the local neighbourhood or take a walk to clear your head. Click Here for a journey planner.

Go by Bus
There are three options to get to the Science Park by bus.


The X48 service is new express service for 2015 from the Centre of Bristol directly to the Science Park via M32. For further information regarding the route click here


The X18 is an express bus service linking Emersons Green to Aztec West via UWE, MOD, the North Fringe and Filton. The route combines the current service 18 as part of a range of improvements from First and South Gloucestershire Council delivering more frequent services for commuters and better connections with other routes.


Alternatively you can take the First Bus Number 48 route from Bristol City Centre.


Request the driver to stop at the Meadgate stop on Emerson Way in Emersons Green.
Once off the bus, make your way along Emerson Way to the petrol station located on the roundabout (you will have passed this on the bus, as the bus descends the road & turns right at the roundabout onto Emerson Way – the petrol station is clearly visible).


Follow this pavement around, keeping the petrol station on your immediate right. Keep walking and you will reach the Emersons Green Beefeater and Premier Inn located on Lyde Green Roundabout. Follow the pavement round the bend and you will see a light controlled pedestrian crossing (the roundabout will now be on your left).


Cross over both sides of the road and follow the pavement once again around to the right and up the road (you do not need to cross again until you get to the end of the pavement). You will see an open area of land to your left – keep this on your left hand side and you will come to the top of Dirac Crescent, which is located just before the bus shelters. This is the Science Park. You will see The Forum at the bottom of Dirac Crescent – a large glass fronted building. Reception is located in The Forum.

Saving you petrol and wear and tear costs, and offering a relaxing journey to work – just hop on and let the bus take you, virtually to your desk.

On your Bike

We are all set up for bikes. As well as the two electric bikes available to tenants and occupants, there is covered cycle parking and visitor cycle parking on-site. Located on the Avon Cycle Way there are links for cyclists from all over South Gloucestershire as well as from Bristol via the Bristol to Bath cycle path. Click Here to map your route.

Go Electric
We are a Co-Wheels site and have three standard charge points as well as a Rapid Charge Point located in the main car park. Use of the charge points can be booked via Source West. There is a booking system for cars, which can be accessed by joining Co-Wheels. For other charge points locally either visit Zap-Map Live or Source West.
 

Property and Letting Agents

GVA
Alex Riddell
T: 0117 988 5269
M: 07962 336058
alex.riddell@gva.co.uk

CBRE
Philip Morton
T: 0117 943 5753
M: 07921 061198
philip.morton@cbre.com

Press and Public Relations

Tom Beasley
Head of Forum & Innovation Centre
T: 0117 370 7703
M: 07920 467345
tbeasley@bbsp.co.uk

Download the Masterplan

Bristol and Bath Science Park Location, Directions and Contact Information

Bristol and Bath Science Park Location, Directions and Contact Information

Location / Contact

Bristol & Bath Science Park                                             
Dirac Crescent
Emersons Green
Bristol. BS16 7FR
T: 0117 370 7700
www.bbsp.co.uk

Click here to take a look around inside.

 

Like other leading companies in the region, we are working with North Bristol Sus Com to help reduce travel in single cars and promote new and sustainable type of transport.

Sat Nav
Our new site and postcode are registered but may be difficult to pull up on a Sat Nav. However, if you enter BS16 7AJ it will direct you to the Science Park entrance
.

[imagegroup1]

From M4 London: exit J18
At roundabout take third exit A46(N) sign posted Westonbirt Arboretum. After 200 metres take the first left onto B4465. Stay on B4465 for approximately 5.5 miles through one set of traffic lights (signposted Mangotsfield/Emersons Green) until you reach a roundabout (The Folly Pub will be on your right). Take the first exit onto Jenner Boulevard, which is the main entrance of the Science Park.

From M4 Wales: exit J19, join M32 and exit at J1

From Bristol: exit M32 at J1

Follow A4174 East (signposted Kingswood/Yate)
Staying on the A4174 go through one set of traffic lights and cross two roundabouts, at the third roundabout (Lyde Green) take the first exit (Westerleigh Road). At the next roundabout take the third exit into the entrance of the Science Park (Jenner Boulevard).

From Bath/Keynsham
Join the A4174 Ring Road signposted towards the M32. As you approach Emersons Green you will pass a Sainsbury’s Retail Centre on your left. At the next roundabout (Lyde Green) take the third exit onto Westerleigh Road. At the next roundabout take the third exit into the entrance of the Science Park (Jenner Boulevard).

Upon Entering the Park
Follow Jenner Boulevard as it bends round sharply to the right, the Science Park buildings will be on your right the whole time. Almost immediately after a 20 mph speed limit sign there is a turning on the right, signposted Dirac Crescent, which looks like a paved area but is also the entrance to the car park.

For a printable PDF of the driving directions please click here

Take The Train
The national rail network is accessed from Bristol Parkway Station, 4 miles away. Please note that there are two stations in Bristol: Bristol Parkway and Bristol Temple Meads. Click Here to plan your journey.

Go on Foot
Bristol & Bath Railway Path is a well maintained 13 mile off road route between the cities of Bristol and Bath. Ideal for travel on foot or by bike, the path is open to walkers and cyclists and is accessible for disabled users. Not only a picturesque commuter route, the path is also an important wildlife corridor. There are also footpaths around and through the Science Park, enabling you to get around the local neighbourhood or take a walk to clear your head. Click Here for a journey planner.

Go by Bus
There are three options to get to the Science Park by bus.


The X48 service is new express service for 2015 from the Centre of Bristol directly to the Science Park via M32. For further information regarding the route click here


The X18 is an express bus service linking Emersons Green to Aztec West via UWE, MOD, the North Fringe and Filton. The route combines the current service 18 as part of a range of improvements from First and South Gloucestershire Council delivering more frequent services for commuters and better connections with other routes.


Alternatively you can take the First Bus Number 48 route from Bristol City Centre.


Request the driver to stop at the Meadgate stop on Emerson Way in Emersons Green.
Once off the bus, make your way along Emerson Way to the petrol station located on the roundabout (you will have passed this on the bus, as the bus descends the road & turns right at the roundabout onto Emerson Way – the petrol station is clearly visible).


Follow this pavement around, keeping the petrol station on your immediate right. Keep walking and you will reach the Emersons Green Beefeater and Premier Inn located on Lyde Green Roundabout. Follow the pavement round the bend and you will see a light controlled pedestrian crossing (the roundabout will now be on your left).


Cross over both sides of the road and follow the pavement once again around to the right and up the road (you do not need to cross again until you get to the end of the pavement). You will see an open area of land to your left – keep this on your left hand side and you will come to the top of Dirac Crescent, which is located just before the bus shelters. This is the Science Park. You will see The Forum at the bottom of Dirac Crescent – a large glass fronted building. Reception is located in The Forum.

Saving you petrol and wear and tear costs, and offering a relaxing journey to work – just hop on and let the bus take you, virtually to your desk.

On your Bike

We are all set up for bikes. As well as the two electric bikes available to tenants and occupants, there is covered cycle parking and visitor cycle parking on-site. Located on the Avon Cycle Way there are links for cyclists from all over South Gloucestershire as well as from Bristol via the Bristol to Bath cycle path. Click Here to map your route.

Go Electric
We are a Co-Wheels site and have three standard charge points as well as a Rapid Charge Point located in the main car park. Use of the charge points can be booked via Source West. There is a booking system for cars, which can be accessed by joining Co-Wheels. For other charge points locally either visit Zap-Map Live or Source West.
 

Property and Letting Agents

GVA
Alex Riddell
T: 0117 988 5269
M: 07962 336058
alex.riddell@gva.co.uk

CBRE
Philip Morton
T: 0117 943 5753
M: 07921 061198
philip.morton@cbre.com

Press and Public Relations

Tom Beasley
Head of Forum & Innovation Centre
T: 0117 370 7703
M: 07920 467345
tbeasley@bbsp.co.uk

Download the Masterplan

Event

  • 19.01.17
  • Big Data Unravelled – New Seminar Series from Arkevista
  • Local market and sales intelligence company Arkevista is holding the first of a series of seminars, aiming to provide companies with practical methods to exploit Big Data and how to identify the benefits within the business environment. The first breakfast briefing will be held at the Bristol and Bath Science Park on Thursday January 19 2017
  • Read more.

News

  • 08.11.16
  • UK solar car racing team signs CFMS as sponsor, gets access to Cray supercomputer for car design modelling
  • Aerodynamics modelled using computational fluid dynamics - cuts testing from days to minutes

    The UK based solar racing team, Solar Team Great Britain, that is aiming to be the first British team to win the Bridgestone World Solar Challenge, has today announced it has signed the Centre for Modelling & Simulation (CFMS), a specialist in high value design capability, as a strategic sponsor.
  • Read more.
  • 07.11.16
  • Minister for Industry and Energy visits Bristol and Bath Science Park
  • Jesse Norman, Minister for Industry and Energy visited Bristol and Bath Science Park (BBSP), meeting with the Centre for Modelling & Simulation (CFMS), a specialist in high value design capability, and HiETA Technologies, experts in Additive Manufacturing (AM).
  • Read more.
  • 28.09.16
  • CFMS releases results for next generation High-Order CFD Prototype
  • Bristol, 28th September 2016 - The Centre for Modelling & Simulation (CFMS) is pleased to announce that the Hyperflux high order CFD solver prototype is now available at CFMS for industrial and research evaluation. Based on next generation High-Order Flux Reconstruction (HO/FR) CFD methods, the software is the product of a two year research programme with grant assistance from Innovate UK and EPSRC
  • Read more.

Bristol and Bath Science Park Location, Directions and Contact Information

Bristol and Bath Science Park Location, Directions and Contact Information

Location / Contact

Bristol & Bath Science Park                                             
Dirac Crescent
Emersons Green
Bristol. BS16 7FR
T: 0117 370 7700
www.bbsp.co.uk

Click here to take a look around inside.

 

Like other leading companies in the region, we are working with North Bristol Sus Com to help reduce travel in single cars and promote new and sustainable type of transport.

Sat Nav
Our new site and postcode are registered but may be difficult to pull up on a Sat Nav. However, if you enter BS16 7AJ it will direct you to the Science Park entrance
.

[imagegroup1]

From M4 London: exit J18
At roundabout take third exit A46(N) sign posted Westonbirt Arboretum. After 200 metres take the first left onto B4465. Stay on B4465 for approximately 5.5 miles through one set of traffic lights (signposted Mangotsfield/Emersons Green) until you reach a roundabout (The Folly Pub will be on your right). Take the first exit onto Jenner Boulevard, which is the main entrance of the Science Park.

From M4 Wales: exit J19, join M32 and exit at J1

From Bristol: exit M32 at J1

Follow A4174 East (signposted Kingswood/Yate)
Staying on the A4174 go through one set of traffic lights and cross two roundabouts, at the third roundabout (Lyde Green) take the first exit (Westerleigh Road). At the next roundabout take the third exit into the entrance of the Science Park (Jenner Boulevard).

From Bath/Keynsham
Join the A4174 Ring Road signposted towards the M32. As you approach Emersons Green you will pass a Sainsbury’s Retail Centre on your left. At the next roundabout (Lyde Green) take the third exit onto Westerleigh Road. At the next roundabout take the third exit into the entrance of the Science Park (Jenner Boulevard).

Upon Entering the Park
Follow Jenner Boulevard as it bends round sharply to the right, the Science Park buildings will be on your right the whole time. Almost immediately after a 20 mph speed limit sign there is a turning on the right, signposted Dirac Crescent, which looks like a paved area but is also the entrance to the car park.

For a printable PDF of the driving directions please click here

Take The Train
The national rail network is accessed from Bristol Parkway Station, 4 miles away. Please note that there are two stations in Bristol: Bristol Parkway and Bristol Temple Meads. Click Here to plan your journey.

Go on Foot
Bristol & Bath Railway Path is a well maintained 13 mile off road route between the cities of Bristol and Bath. Ideal for travel on foot or by bike, the path is open to walkers and cyclists and is accessible for disabled users. Not only a picturesque commuter route, the path is also an important wildlife corridor. There are also footpaths around and through the Science Park, enabling you to get around the local neighbourhood or take a walk to clear your head. Click Here for a journey planner.

Go by Bus
There are three options to get to the Science Park by bus.


The X48 service is new express service for 2015 from the Centre of Bristol directly to the Science Park via M32. For further information regarding the route click here


The X18 is an express bus service linking Emersons Green to Aztec West via UWE, MOD, the North Fringe and Filton. The route combines the current service 18 as part of a range of improvements from First and South Gloucestershire Council delivering more frequent services for commuters and better connections with other routes.


Alternatively you can take the First Bus Number 48 route from Bristol City Centre.


Request the driver to stop at the Meadgate stop on Emerson Way in Emersons Green.
Once off the bus, make your way along Emerson Way to the petrol station located on the roundabout (you will have passed this on the bus, as the bus descends the road & turns right at the roundabout onto Emerson Way – the petrol station is clearly visible).


Follow this pavement around, keeping the petrol station on your immediate right. Keep walking and you will reach the Emersons Green Beefeater and Premier Inn located on Lyde Green Roundabout. Follow the pavement round the bend and you will see a light controlled pedestrian crossing (the roundabout will now be on your left).


Cross over both sides of the road and follow the pavement once again around to the right and up the road (you do not need to cross again until you get to the end of the pavement). You will see an open area of land to your left – keep this on your left hand side and you will come to the top of Dirac Crescent, which is located just before the bus shelters. This is the Science Park. You will see The Forum at the bottom of Dirac Crescent – a large glass fronted building. Reception is located in The Forum.

Saving you petrol and wear and tear costs, and offering a relaxing journey to work – just hop on and let the bus take you, virtually to your desk.

On your Bike

We are all set up for bikes. As well as the two electric bikes available to tenants and occupants, there is covered cycle parking and visitor cycle parking on-site. Located on the Avon Cycle Way there are links for cyclists from all over South Gloucestershire as well as from Bristol via the Bristol to Bath cycle path. Click Here to map your route.

Go Electric
We are a Co-Wheels site and have three standard charge points as well as a Rapid Charge Point located in the main car park. Use of the charge points can be booked via Source West. There is a booking system for cars, which can be accessed by joining Co-Wheels. For other charge points locally either visit Zap-Map Live or Source West.
 

Property and Letting Agents

GVA
Alex Riddell
T: 0117 988 5269
M: 07962 336058
alex.riddell@gva.co.uk

CBRE
Philip Morton
T: 0117 943 5753
M: 07921 061198
philip.morton@cbre.com

Press and Public Relations

Tom Beasley
Head of Forum & Innovation Centre
T: 0117 370 7703
M: 07920 467345
tbeasley@bbsp.co.uk

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  • 19.01.17
  • Big Data Unravelled – New Seminar Series from Arkevista
  • Local market and sales intelligence company Arkevista is holding the first of a series of seminars, aiming to provide companies with practical methods to exploit Big Data and how to identify the benefits within the business environment. The first breakfast briefing will be held at the Bristol and Bath Science Park on Thursday January 19 2017
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  • 07.11.16
  • Minister for Industry and Energy visits Bristol and Bath Science Park
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