The next phase in the £40m transformation of a 32-acre business park in Oxfordshire reached a new stage in February, with planning permission granted on the construction of 10 new business units totalling 36,000 sq ft.
Ranging from 1900 sq ft to 6700 sq ft, the new scheme showcases the park’s flexibility and adaptability for businesses in the area. The project provides additional space with buildings that can be used for offices, research spaces, development centres or industrial units.
Approximately 85 businesses are based at Grove Business Park, and with numbers growing, these new spaces we have designed will fit neatly into the existing setup with businesses able to purchase or lease premises up to 100,000 sq ft. Sitting on the site of a former World War 2 airfield, we have worked on a number of developments at the park, including Boston House, which was opened last summer.
Richard Lyall, project director for Grove Business Park Ltd, said: “This is the latest phase in our redevelopment of Grove to meet the needs of a growing number of businesses that see it as a perfect location. With its proximity to the major road networks such as the A34, M40 and M4, it is ideally placed for firms to take advantage of the fast-growing Oxfordshire economy.”