Exeter Science Park is the South West’s centre of activity for businesses in science, technology, engineering, maths and medicine (STEMM).
The Park provides inspirational incubation and grow-on space, as well as support for innovative businesses specialising in STEMM.
With a record of proven growth and existing clients growing from hot desks to office space, our growth services will help your business to thrive.
Businesses at Exeter Science Park benefit from:
- High quality office and laboratory space
- Intensive business support
- Conference facilities
- Collaboration opportunities
- Open innovation events
- Resilient high bandwidth internet
- Onsite café, open to tenants and the public
- Bookable conference space and meeting rooms
- Business and social activities
Exeter Science Park Ltd (ESPL), the park developer has four shareholders: Devon County Council, the University of Exeter, East Devon District Council and Exeter City Council. Its two strategic partners are the Heart of the South West Local Enterprise Partnership and the Exeter and East Devon Enterprise Zone.
The building of the Science Park Centre has been made possible with shareholder equity from Devon County Council, East Devon District Council, Exeter City Council, the University of Exeter; the Heart of the South West Local Enterprise Partnership (HotSW LEP) which committed £4.5m loan from the Growing Places Fund; and a £1 million grant from the Regional Growth Fund.
Exeter Science Park’s Grow-on Buildings are partly funded by £4.5m from the HotSW LEP Growth Deal Funding. The HotSW LEP has also provided £2.5m local Government funding towards the Environmental Futures Campus and £5.5m towards the Open Innovation Building, which will bring forward 20,000 sq ft of space for growing small and medium sized enterprises.
The Ada Lovelace Building is partly funded by £5.5 million from the Heart of the South West Local Enterprise Partnership’s Growth Deal Funding. East Devon District Council’s Cabinet has invested £1.1m in the development of the building in conjunction with Devon County Council as part of the Exeter and East Devon Enterprise Zone programme.
Address for correspondenceScience Park Centre, 6 Babbage Way, Exeter Science Park, Exeter, EX5 2FN
Exeter Science Park marks another milestone with the “topping out” of a new net-zero carbon building
A topping-out ceremony at the Ada Lovelace Building on Exeter Science Park has marked another significant milestone in the development of the South West’s leading centre for science, technology, engineering maths and medical (STEMM) businesses. Due for completion in...
Landmark agreement between Exeter Science Park and University of Exeter drives opportunities for growth
In a landmark agreement, Exeter Science Park Limited and the University of Exeter, a Russell Group University, have joined forces to create a joint focal point for science, technology, engineering, maths and medical (STEMM) innovation at Exeter Science Park. As a...
Exeter Science Park has been awarded £5 million from the Government’s national ‘Getting Building’ fund to develop its ‘Grow-out Building’ for small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) in science, technology, engineering, maths and medical (STEMM) sectors. The Heart of...
Exeter Science Park Ltd’s Board of Directors has appointed Nick Ames of the SG Group as its new Chair, replacing Professor Sir William Wakeham who retires after more than ten years at the helm. As Chief Executive of the SG Group, which has its headquarters in East...
Work on the new Ada Lovelace Building at Exeter Science Park has begun. The 20,000 square foot speculative office and laboratory space will aim to be net zero carbon for operational energy as a result of innovative design features, including 44kw solar roof-mounted...
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