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The Park

About our park

Exeter Science Park is situated in a 26 hectare (64 acre) site, in mature parkland, close to Junction 29 of the M5 motorway.

The location, on the edge of Exeter, offers far reaching views across the East Devon countryside, coupled with convenient access to the motorway, Exeter Airport and the thriving city of Exeter.

Work is under way on a new sustainable 143-room hotel at Exeter Science Park, which will feature a restaurant, bar and gym, bringing even more choice and amenities for businesses and organisations based at the Park.

Travel links into Exeter are excellent, the train station at Pinhoe is a short distance away; in addition, there are buses every 10 minutes to and from the city, as well as designated cycle routes.

Science Park Centre

Here you will find a range of serviced offices, suitable for two to ten people, which are perfect for businesses at the start of their journey. Being part of the Science Park Centre gives you access to our incubator services, café, meeting rooms, free parking and business support through SetSquared.

Ada Lovelace Building

This sustainable and highly energy efficient three storey building is named after 19th century English mathematician Ada Lovelace. The net zero carbon building incorporates 44kW Solar PV and has an EPC rating of A+. It offers flexible office and laboratory space, from 1,500 sq ft to 6,000 sq ft on each floor.

George Parker Bidder Building

Named after civil engineer and maths prodigy George Parker Bidder, from Moretonhampstead, this building provides 14,000 sq ft of office and lab space arranged over three floors. The energy efficient building has been built to net zero carbon standards and has an EPC of A+. It offers a flexible internal layout which can be configured to the needs of your business.

Hedy Lamarr, Isaac Newton and Alan Turing buildings

In 2019 we built the three new grow-on buildings. The Hedy Lamarr, Isaac Newton and Alan Turing buildings provide flexible office and laboratory space, which is now home to some of those business which have grown out from the Science Park Centre.