176 England | Full Member UKSPA Directory 2017 No. 1 Nottingham Science Park (left) and Highfields Centre (right) provide a range of accommodation Nottingham Science Park Locati on Jesse Boot Avenue Off University Boulevard Lenton, Nottingham NG7 2RU C ontact detai l s Mr. Bevis Mackie Senior Estates Surveyor T: 0115 876 3635 E: Bevis.Mackie@ nottinghamcity.gov.uk Dominique Woods Centre Manager T: 0115 9229 763 E: email@example.com www.nottinghamsciencepark.co.uk Nottingham Science Park (NSP), situated on a site of some 27 acres, is a long- established science park specialising in research and technology, providing a diverse range of accommodation from good-quality office/workspace to award- winning Grade A offices set within a landscaped campus style environment. Located on the A6005 University Boulevard adjacent to Nottingham Tennis Centre and directly opposite the University of Nottingham campus, the site benefits from excellent transport links, being situated about five miles from Junction 25 of the M1 and two miles from Nottingham City Centre, with a NET Tram stop directly opposite the NSP entrance. Developed during two distinct phases, NSP consists of: Phase 1, constructed during the late 1980s to mid 1990s, comprises: • Heathcoat Building, offering workspace/office accommodation from circa 300 sq ft to 700 sq ft • Faraday Building, providing quasi workspace/office accommodation from circa 1,000 sq ft to 5,000 sq ft • William Lee Buildings, comprising office/workspace accommodation from circa 2,000 sq ft to 5,000 sq ft. Other buildings developed during this phase include: Sir Isaac Newton Centre, Rutherford House, Edison Village, Alexander Fleming Building, Bell House, and Albert Einstein Centre. Phase 2, constructed circa 2008, consists of: • No. 1 Nottingh am Science Park, a multi-award-winning building providing Grade A offices with central reception, core area and secure undercroft parking • Highfields Centre, providing engineering courses operated by Nottingham College. Phase 3: The Park will see further development in early 2018 with the construction of No. 2 Nottingham Science Park, which will enable the development of a science and technology cluster with the ambition to create a self- sustaining cluster in the science and technology sector. The building will further cement Nottingham City Council’s link to NSP and its commitment to securing further inward investment to the City. The building will comprise a three-storey Grade A office building of circa 34,000 sq ft, with ground floor Reception and Café, which will serve to provide an improved central meeting point for NSP. This development will comprise the first of four additional buildings to be constructed on the expansion land situated to the eastern edge of NSP. Unique Selling Points The Park has a strong academic presence, being situated immediately adjacent to The University of Nottingham, and is the location for both The University of Nottingham International College and Nottingham College.