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 Oxfordshire business park operators are partnering with Oxfordshire Greentech and South & Vale Business Support to hold an interactive workshop which aims to support small business owners build sustainable and ethical enterprises. The first live event for over two years at Jennings’ Monument Park sets the stage for small businesses to pack a big climate action punch.
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 […]
In this issue our lead article focuses on Owen Mumford who, as a global leader in the design, manufacture and advancement of medical devices, has set a target to achieve net zero by 2045 in alignment with the recommendations of the 2015 Paris Agreement.
NHS Employ-Ability is a Harlow based charity that are trying to swing the balance of power to good during the pandemic. This is our story of how we have worked with local employers to help people living with mental health illness to get into and retain work in Essex and beyond.
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.
Nine new early-stage science and technology start-up businesses have taken space in The Oxford Trust’s two innovation centres during Autumn, as Oxford continued to see strong demand from businesses needing R&D labs, technical workspace and flexible office space.
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.
The Oxford Trust, the local charity encouraging the pursuit of science and enterprise, is to commence the second phase of its conversion of dedicated high spec laboratory facilities at its Wood Centre for Innovation in Headington, Oxford, following £0.2 million additional Local Growth Fund support, secured by the Oxfordshire Local Enterprise Partnership (OxLEP).