UoR – University of Reading Science and Innovation Park: Phase I – Berkshire - Project Profile
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The University of Reading (UoR) is undertaking the development of a new Science and Innovation Park in Reading, Berkshire, the UK.
The project involves the construction of a new science and innovation park. It will include the construction of 74,322m2 three multi-tenanted office and laboratory buildings including the three-story 4160m2 Gateway building is the first of four on the 19ha site.
Scott Brownrigg has been appointed to undertake the master planning and design works for the development.
On March 31, 2010, this first phase of the project secured initial approval from the Wokingham Borough Council.
In March 2015, detailed planning application was submitted by UoR to Wokingham Borough Council.
On August 21, 2015, planning approval received.
Ryder Architecture Ltd has been appointed as architect.
Graham Construction has been appointed as construction contractor.
The project is also known as Thames Valley Science Park.
On July 14, 2016, construction works commenced.
Construction works on the project nearing completion.
The project involves the construction of a new science and innovation park at 74,322m2 area in Reading, Berkshire, the UK.
The US$75 million project includes the following:
1. Construction of three multi-tenanted offices
2. Construction of a Gateway building
3. Construction of laboratory buildings
4. Construction of parking facility
5. Construction of related infrastructural facilitiesReasons To Buy
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