Oxford Science Park




The Oxford Science Park is a unique and exciting location, designed specifically for science, technology and business occupiers.
On historic Oxford's doorstep, The Oxford Science Park (a joint venture between Magdalen College, Oxford and Prudential) is thriving as a centre of excellence for science technology and business occupiers.

The regions large skill base has attracted innovative, leading edge organisations at the forefront of research and development, together with fast-track companies using The Oxford Science Park as the ideal catalyst for business start-up.

More than 530,000 sq ft of office and laboratory space has been completed to date. This includes approx. 100,000 sq ft completed during 2007 comprising, Fletcher House, Winchester House, the Sadler Building (a new amenity building) and a new building for Nominet, the internet registry for .uk domain names.

Further development is currently being planned and plots are available for pre-letting.



There are over 60 companies currently at the Park and below is a summary profile of the business sectors that they operate in.
Computer hardware/software 31%
BioScience 43%
Other 26%


Companies based on The Oxford Science Park include:
Agglomeration Technology
Amarin Neuroscience
Angiogene Pharmaceuticals
Becton Dickinson and Company (BD)
Blue Snapper
Boult Wade Tennant
BRAND sense
Chelsea Vale
Commerce Decisions
Earth Energy Engineering
Euromedic UK
Foundation Network
IneoQuest Technologies
J.A. Kemp & Co
MagInk Display Technologies
MWB Business Exchange
Northwood Reid
Novartis Vaccines and Diagnostics
Oxbridge Pharma
Oxford BioMedica
Oxford Bio Services
Oxford Cardiac Pharmacology
Oxford Information Labs
Oxford Nursery
Oxford Strategic
Oxford Technology Venture Capital Trust
PIPEX Communications
PMIS Project Management Training
Positive Health Alliance
proteros biostructures
Science Partners
Sharp Laboratories of Europe
Solution 7
Spectra Logic
Steen & Co Employment Solicitors
Steve Forrest Associates
Telelogic UK
Tokyo Chemical Industry UK (TCI UK)
Veeda Clinical Research
Winton Capital Management



On-Site Management

For any information about the Magdalen Centre, including letting space in the Centre, please contact:

Mrs Shannon Blaszko
Manager, The Magdalen Centre
The Oxford Science Park
Robert Robinson Avenue
Oxford OX4 4GA
United Kingdom
Tel: (01865) 784000
Fax: (01865) 784004
E-Mail: Shannon.Blaszko@oxfordsp.com

For any information about facilities and services on the Science Park, please contact:

Robert Horsfield
Park Services Manager
E-Mail: Robert.Horsfield@oxfordsp.com
Address and telephone details as above

For general information about The Oxford Science Park please contact:

Ian Macpherson
Business Development Manager
E-Mail: Ian.Macpherson@oxfordsp.com
Address and telephone details as above

For information about the letting of any buildings other than the Magdalen Centre please contact any of our letting agents.

Letting Agents

Richard Stansfield
Wytham Court
11 West Way
Oxford OX2 0QL
Tel:: 01865 269064
Fax: 01865 269001
E-Mail: rstansfield@savills.com

Tom Mellows or David Williams
20 Grosvenor Hill
London W1K 3HQ
Tel: 020 7409 8828 & 020 7409 8866
Fax: 020 7753 8917
E-Mail: tmellows@savills.com
& dwilliams@savills.com


Hotels in Oxford


The two closest hotels to the Science Park are the Express by Holiday Inn Oxford (3 star) at the Kassam Stadium, just a few minutes walk from the Park and the Oxford Thames: Four Pillars Hotel (4 star) situated in Sandford, less than a mile from the Park.

Business visitors also often use the following hotels in or near Oxford city centre.


The Randolph
The Old Parsonage
The Eastgate Hotel
The Royal Oxford Hotel
Oxford Spires: Four Pillars Hotel


Further information concerning other hotels and guesthouses in Oxford may be found on the Oxford City Council website here.

Oxford Visitor information

When in Oxford, a walking tour of the City is highly recommended. These may be booked through the Tourist Centre on Broad Street and tours that include a visit to one of the University Colleges are the most popular.

A visit to one of the many museums is always worthwhile including the Museum of the History of Science.

For general information concerning Oxford the following reference sites may also be of interest.

Visit Oxford website
The Tourist Information Centre
'In Oxford' Magazine (Whats On in Oxford - monthly)
E-Travel Guide to Oxford
Oxford Inspires
The local Newspaper The Oxford Mail
A Daily Information service for Oxford
Oxford Weather forecast
BBC Radio Oxford
The Oxford Channel ( Six TV)
Local BBC (TV)
ITV Central (TV)