Loughborough University Science and Enterprise Park: 16 to 430+ sq m units and fully-serviced plots for design and build, available now.
Outstanding opportunities alongside Loughborough University
Loughborough University Science and Enterprise Park (LUSEP) is already one of the UK’s largest science parks, with 700,000 sq ft of high quality accommodation for more than 75 organisations and 2,500 people. Set in over 19 acres of mature parkland, LUSEP provides a fully commercial corporate environment, whilst also having ready access
to the research capability, resources and graduates of Loughborough University – a leading UK institution with an outstanding record in engineering and technology and known for the quality of its graduates.
One of the most accessible sites in the UK
M1, Junction 23: 1 mile
East Midlands Airport: 7 miles Birmingham Airport: 38 miles
London: 90 minutes by rail (40 trains a day)
Nottingham, Leicester, Derby: 30 minutes by road, 20 by train
Existing business clusters on LUSEP include advanced engineering, low carbon technologies and sports technology. The scale of potential development means that there are also opportunities to create new clusters for knowledge-based businesses and associated advanced / high value manufacturing.
LUSEP offers an outstanding base for start-ups to mature organisations to thrive in collaboration, with a unique campus partner benefits package, afforded by its proximity to Loughborough University.
Key features throughout the site
- Fully serviced units, 24/7 access
- Boardroom and break out meeting spaces
- Car parking, electric charge points, bike stores and showers
- Cafés and daily fresh delivery service to offices
Wider campus benefits
- Super-fast broadband, fully wireless
- CCTV and patrolled site
- Award-winning conference facilities
- 4 and 3 star hotels
- World-class sports facilities
- Free campus transport, library use
- Graduate and student recruitment
- Preferential creative and print services
- Shops, bank, ATMs
LUSEP offers a wide variety of accommodation and facilities to present your organisation with precisely what you need in existing buildings or bespoke facilities on current phase of development.
High-specification offices and lab space
A variety of versatile office and laboratory suites up to 535 sq ft are available now. Lab specification includes fume hood air extraction, piped services, vinyl flooring and lab benching.
Design and build opportunity
A 35 hectare expansion is underway to create a further 100,000 sq m floor space. 7 hectares of fully serviced plots are immediately available for design and build.
Innovation Centre success
The first building to be developed as part of the expansion, The Advanced Technology Innovation Centre (ATIC), opened in September 2015 and reached 95% occupancy by within 9 months. Supported by the European Regional Development Fund, the 3,000 sq m building offers rent a desk, office and lab space ranging from 16 sq m to 92 sq m for technology-focussed start-ups through to larger SMEs.
Global accreditation for solar laboratory
Specialist R&D facilities on LUSEP include The Centre for Renewable Energy Systems Technology, which houses one of a handful of laboratories in the world with ISO17025 (calibration) accreditation to measure solar cells and modules.
Aerospace innovation boost
Further developments on LUSEP include a £9.8 million Government funding boost towards the establishment of a new facility that position Loughborough University as a primary UK hub for aerospace engineering and technology.
The National Centre of Excellence in Gas Turbine Combustion System Aerodynamics will focus on the development of future low emission aerospace combustion systems that will reduce the environmental impact of aircraft. The Centre will allow industrial problem-owners to visit and work closely with academic researchers to ensure that new technologies are translated from theory to practice as quickly and as efficiently as possible.
Rolls-Royce will be a lead partner in the project, building on its existing relationship with Loughborough, and the Rolls-Royce University Technology Centre, based on LUSEP.
CommAgility, the leading wireless technology company based at LUSEP, has just been awarded its second Queen’s Award for Enterprise in three years.
R&D SPACE TO LET
FROM 535 SQFT (50SQM)
Located at the heart of Loughborough University Science and Enterprise Park (LUSEP), charnwood building Offers a variety of office and laboratory suites within a large multi-occupied property; A truly versatile space where your company can grow. Find out more
Offers a variety of office and meeting areas with its own reception and waiting area for sole occupant or as a shared resource servicing several organisations. Find out more
Michael Pearson Buildings
Home to the Sports Technology Institute and British Triathalon as well as a number of private businesses. Find out more
Advanced Technology Innovation Centre
ATIC is a brand new building specifically designed to meet the evolving needs of early stage to larger SMEs. The centre is comprised of 54 business units and offers a range of workspace including; offices, labs and studios.
ATIC is a 3000 square metre development with dedicated parking, situated on Loughborough University Science and Enterprise Park (LUSEP). It offers a wide variety of workspaces with units starting from 192 sq ft (16 sq m) to 980 sq ft (92sq m). Find out more
Phase 2 Design & Build Options
The next phase of development land at LUSEP, which extends to 20 acres (8 hectares), is now available with outline consent for around 290,000 sqft (27,000 sq m).
Accommodation offering a range of spaces can be designed to meet your specific requirements in buildings from 14,500 sq ft (1,350 sq m) up to 50,000 sq ft (4,645 sq m). Find out more
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