BIOSCIENCE
BIOMEDICINE
AUTONOMOUS 
SYSTEMS & ROBOTICS
TECHNOLOGY
ADVANCED & INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGIES

The West of England University Enterprise Zone led by UWE Bristol is one of the first University Enterprise Zones to be announced by the Department of Business, Innovation and Skills. The £12m+ project is supported by £4m from the government with additional funding from the West of England Local Enterprise Partnership, and UWE Bristol. The Zone is expected to generate over 450 new jobs, and generate more than £85m for the local economy.
 

Oxford Innovation is the preferred supplier to operate the new facility.  They are the UK’s leading operator for innovation centres that provide office and laboratory space nationwide.  

450 +

NEW JOBS CREATED

£85M
ECONOMY BOOST
FROM EARLY 2016
SPRING 2016
AUGUST 2016

Taking enquiries for space

First-look hard hat tours

Open for business

OPEN FOR BUSINESS
AUGUST 2016
COMING AUGUST 2016
 0117 428 0200

•  Co-working facilities and hotdesks

•  Office space for 1 - 30 people

•  Wet and dry laboratories

•  A programme of events

•  Collaboration and networking

•  Business support & innovation services  

LEARN MORE & RECEIVE PROGRESS UPDATES

A NEW SPACE FOR AMBITIOUS

AND INNOVATIVE COMPANIES

Do you have the seed of a business idea? Are you more established and looking for a new base from which to grow?

We are building a community of start-ups and growing businesses that specialise in robotics, bioscience, biomedicine and high-tech areas. 

WEST OF ENGLAND UNIVERSITY ENTERPRISE ZONE

Professor Martin Boddy

University of the West of England

         This will be much more than just a building. It will provide access to the sorts of facilities and expertise that would otherwise be out of reach for new and growing businesses

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