Jane Fryatt, who set up her own HR consultancy in 2018 in her garden studio, has moved to offices in the Manor House at Howbery Business Park. Jane has been coming to Howbery Park since 2012 as all of her children have been to Puddleduck Nursery. After setting up her own business at home six […]
A woodland clearing in the beautiful grounds of Howbery Business Park near Wallingford has been transformed into an enchanting space for children to play and learn in the great outdoors. Wild Wood Warriors Forest School, Puddleduck Nursery and Howbery’s grounds team have worked together to create an area where young minds can appreciate the wonders […]
Howbery Business Park has been focusing on improving support for hedgehogs in its grounds for a year, as part of a six-year biodiversity programme. The team has added hedgehog houses, worked on improving food supplies and checked there are corridors through the park for the prickly creatures to move. In recognition of meeting criteria set […]
Ternan Energy, an independent marine geoscience consultancy, is looking to recruit more geotechnical engineers, geoscientists and geologists for its new office on Howbery Park. The company expects the strong demand for its services to continue – its portfolio includes offshore wind developments, which are rapidly expanding to help meet net zero ambitions. The new premises […]
Having recently moved into a dedicated space in the Innovation Centre at Howbery Business Park, physiotherapist Amanda Watt and personal trainer Mark Thouless are finding it easy to collaborate. Working in adjoining rooms, under the umbrella of Full Circle Fitness, makes it really simple for them to cross-refer clients and consult on progress. For clients […]
Having taken over running the gym on Howbery Business Park, the Exercise Lounge is aiming to provide a personal, affordable approach to fitness and training. The Howbery Park gym is the third to be added to the Exercise Lounge’s portfolio. It has been running its Didcot gym for 16 years, and recently added Banbury. At […]
The tranquillity and homely feel of Howbery Business Park are proving ideal for Dr Mandy Smiton and Dr Cassie Coleman, as they settle into new premises in The Cottage. Community Paediatrician Dr Cassie and Clinical Psychologist Dr Mandy chose to move their practises to Howbery Park when their previous premises in Wallingford changed use. Sharing […]
Howbery Business Park is inviting families to come into its grounds during the October half term holidays, to try out its new Tree Trail. The initiative is part of its commitment to help increase environmental awareness among the local community.
Howbery Business Park has bounced back quickly from the pandemic lull, with all office spaces taken again. During the last year, new businesses have arrived on the park while some established tenants have taken on extra office space, refilling vacancies created by the few who left during lockdown. There are now 57 tenants based on […]
The Howbery Business Park team is quilled to be focusing on making its grounds hedgehog friendly this year, as part of its ongoing commitment to the Nurture Biodiversity Scheme. It’s Howbery’s third year of six formally working on biodiversity initiatives, rolling on from previous initiatives focusing on bumblebees and birds. To support hedgehogs, the Howbery […]
Despite the Covid-19 pandemic having complicated the setting up process for The Equipment Calibration Business, the company is now turning a profit and has settled into Howbery Business Park. The company was set up in October 2019 by Phil Carter, David Castle, Richard Harper and Peter Green, with Richard as the sole director working full-time […]
Howbery Business Park is a finalist at The Business Magazine Thames Valley Property Awards in the Business and Science Park Innovation category. Our entry focused on our work to create a sustainable environment, and our biodiversity and environmental programmes. The winners of the awards will be announced on Thursday 9 December.
We are pleased to announce that with Nurture Landscapes we are one of the winners at the 2021 National Landscape Awards. We are delighted to have been successful in the Nature Conservation & Biodiversity Enhancement category as this recognises our efforts to improve the biodiversity of the park. An award ceremony will be held in December where the principal awards across the categories will be announced.
Having navigated the disruption of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Ecosystems Knowledge Network decided to move to Howbery Business Park to give it the flexibility to expand on site. Through events and advice, Ecosystems Knowledge Network helps a diverse network of 3,000 professionals to learn from one another about harnessing the value of a restored environment […]
The new look Manor Café at Howbery Business Park has opened its scenic outdoor seating area again to members of the public. The café is also offering a takeaway service with collection from the recently refurbished service counter which has been moved to a spacious spot in the redecorated café. The café has changed its […]
In moving onto Howbery Business Park recently, IPEC is planning ahead for a time when its clients from the international power industry can visit its characterful office in the former stables. Not only is Howbery attractive and easy-to-access, but it’s also well situated for IPEC to take clients to London to show them its monitoring […]
Pure Network Engineering Group, which supplies high-tech industries with engineered components, has moved into an office in Howbery Business Park’s historic Manor House. Managing Director Carl Joy needed a professional environment to run his business which supplies manufactured parts to clients of varying size in sectors such as motorsport, medical equipment, electric vehicles, aerospace, energy, […]
Howbery Business Park has pledged to focus on birds during its second year taking part in a biodiversity scheme. In its first year, the park championed bumblebees, completing the necessary criteria by October to earn its first petal of the Nurture Biodiversity Award. To enhance conditions for birds on the park and earn its next […]
We are committed to cherishing our beautiful landscape at Howbery Business Park, making the most of outdoor spaces for our community to enjoy, and playing our part in encouraging bio-diversity. Our most recent initiative – championing bumblebees – joins a whole raft of other measures introduced over recent years, which those based here clearly appreciate.
Not every business park can boast a historic manor house at its heart, but then Howbery Park is proud to be that little bit different. Located just outside Wallingford to the south of the county, the park has grown from just a single tenant in 1994.
Howbery Business Park has been named Business Space of the Year at an awards ceremony for the South and Vale Business Awards held at the Williams F1 Conference Centre in Grove on Friday 15 March 2019, hosted by Luke Smith from Heart’s Drivetime.
Certification company, HPi Verification Services, has expanded into larger office space at Howbery Business Park, Wallingford. The business, which has a 20 year trading history, moved to Howbery in 2010 when its current CEO bought the Certification Services Department of AEA Technology and rebranded it as HPi VS.
Digital Marketing Agency, Zanzi Digital, has relocated its office to Howbery Business Park. Managing Director, Jayne Reddyhoff, and CEO, Ned Wells, who both have a background in business consultancy and senior management in blue chip organisations – Jayne with Logica and Oracle, and Ned as former Head of Digital Strategy at a large web development agency – formed Zanzi in 2014 by combining their two separate businesses.
Commercial cleaning company, Ecocleen, has relocated its Head Office from Henley to Howbery Business Park, Wallingford. The environmentally-friendly cleaning operation which employs a workforce of 1100 through its network of franchisees built up over 25 years, operates right across the UK, providing commercial cleaning for businesses, schools, nurseries and medical facilities.
The 26-year-old CEO of an innovative digital services company based at Howbery Business Park, has made the Forbes Europe ‘30 Under 30’ list. Marcus Taylor, CEO and co-founder of Venture Harbour, has been included in the 2018 edition of the list in the Media and Marketing sector.
According to the World Health Organisation, dengue fever, which is found in tropical and sub-tropical climates around the world, poses a global health issue, with half the world’s population now estimated to be at risk from this mosquito-borne viral infection.
Becoming self-employed is becoming a more popular choice for many women who are finding that it can give them control over how and when they work, allowing them to manage work and home-life to best suit them and their families.
If their locations are not precisely known, unexploded wartime ordnance in the sea can present an obvious hazard to renewable energy projects, such as during the laying of cables to bring offshore wind energy to shore.
The Louvre Abu Dhabi, which opened its doors on 8 November 2017, has been described as floating on the waters of the Gulf. This effect, part of the architectural vision of its award-winning architect, Jean Nouvel, is created by having water levels lying close to the line of sight.
Coaching, mentoring and facilitation specialists, Scrum and Kanban Ltd, the new kids on the block in the Innovation Centre at Howbery Business Park, have produced a new book to help demystify a popular project management approach.
Howbery Business Park which covers a 70 acres site, including mature landscaped parkland close to Wallingford, has just finished fixing the labels on to the jars of Howbery Honey produced by its own on-site bees.
The Thames Tideway Tunnel project, London’s new ‘super sewer’, which will upgrade the city’s 19th century sewerage system for today’s eight million plus inhabitants, requires excavation on an enormous scale.
Engineering and environmental hydraulics company, HR Wallingford, based at Howbery Business Park, has been awarded a £12m contract to supply a deep water Wave Generation System to equip a Seakeeping and Manoeuvring Basin which is being created by the Shanghai Ship and Shipping Research Institute (SSSRI) on an island off the east coast of China to test ship design.