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  • Durham County Council and Blaenau Gwent Borough Council have launched a call for technology businesses to develop innovative solutions that can capture and analyse data to transform Local Authority service delivery. Development funding is provided under the GovTech Catalyst Fund scheme and the competition opens for applications on 24 September. Business Durham, the...
  • The University of Bath and South Gloucestershire Council have teamed up to successfully purchase the Bristol & Bath Science Park in a joint £18 million bid. The new owners will use their complementary strengths, expertise and networks to fully realise the Park’s potential as a centre of excellence for research and development across the region. You can read the...
  • Copenhagen Infrastructure Partners (CIP) is pleased to announce that the combined heat and power plant (CHP) Kent Renewable Energy, with a capacity of 27 MW, has successfully commenced operations. Kent Renewable Energy is located in Sandwich, Kent and produces renewable heat and power which is delivered to nearby business and science park, Discovery Park, and to...
  • The BioHub Birmingham® is constructing 5,000sq ft of self-contained laboratory and office suites to meet an increasing demand for biomedical incubator space. The BioHub opened in 2015 and its shared facilities on the ground floor are now operating at capacity.  It is managed by University of Birmingham Enterprise and is located at the Birmingham Research Park...
  • Potter Clarkson has announced its recent investment in a new London presence following the acquisition of specialist trade mark practice Wildbore and Gibbons. Established for more than 130 years, Potter Clarkson are delighted to bring on board the pedigree and experience of their attorneys to further enhancetheir trade mark offering.  This new London office and...