Adrian James Architects is an RIBA Chartered Practice based in the heart of Oxford. B4’s Richard Rosser met with Director, Adrian James, to find out how the pandemic has influenced the design and construction of buildings now and in the future and also discuss the growing concerns regarding skilled labour.
A range of innovative Tier III Ready Datacentre designs have now been fully approved by the Uptime Institute. The team at Cannon Technologies working in conjunction with several OEM manufacturers, including CENTIEL UK, have spent more than three years developing a pre-certified set of solutions now available in ratings of: 100kW, 250kW, 500kW and 1MW. […]
Thomas White Oxford Ltd, the development company of St John’s College, has agreed a 50:50 joint venture partnership with Canadian-based Cadillac Fairview, the real estate arm of Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan, with developer Stanhope PLC, to deliver Oxford North, Oxford, UK, the £700 million new global innovation district.
Helio Display Materials, the first joint Oxford and Cambridge university spin-out, has taken 3,266 sq ft (303 sq m) of R&D laboratory and office space at The Oxford Trust’s Wood Centre for Innovation in Headington.
Thomas White Oxford Ltd, the development company of St John’s College, has announced the appointment of Dame Alison Nimmo DBE to its board to provide property and sustainability advice across its activities, which includes Oxford North, the new £500 million global innovation district in Oxford.
The VSL commercial property report shows that 2021 was the year that saw laboratory demand and take up soar with laboratories now accounting for 50 percent of all take up within the Oxfordshire office sector.
Thomas White Oxford (TWO), the development company of St John’s College, has submitted to Oxford City Council a reserved matters application (RMA) for construction of Canalside Park, the first of its three public parks, and a new street to provide access to the first phase of Oxford North’s new homes at Canalside, on land south of the A40.
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 […]