Our proud heritage
Over three decades of milestones are just the beginning.
The Science Park celebrates its 40th anniversary.
The Engineering Centre is expected to be completed.
Awarded Commercial Landlord of the Year at the South Coast Business Awards.
'Lattes', our onsite coffee shop rebrands to 'Fusion'. Major improvement works went ahead to modernise the space.
Axis conference centre opens.
Promega is granted a long ground lease to construct bespoke new UK offices and laboratories at Plot 2 Benham Campus.
Awarded Workplace Environment of the Year in the South Coast Property Awards.
The Science Centre is opened by the Rt. Hon Caroline Nokes MP along with Merck’s new Innovation Hub, one of the company’s most significant Performance Materials R&D sites globally.
5 Benham Campus is opened by the Rt. Hon. Sir Vince Cable MP.
Awarded Business Park of the Year in the South Coast Property Awards.
Work begins on a new building at 5 Benham Campus, the first new-build office accommodation in the Solent region in many years.
Catalyst Centre is launched to support start-up science and technology businesses.
Bright Horizons Nursery is opened, to support Science Park community childcare needs.
The Innovation Centre is opened combining the previous Chilworth Business Incubator and The Annex.
The first phase of Benham Campus is completed.
The first Lattes coffee shop is opened.
The Club at Chilworth Manor is opened to support the Science Park and local community wellbeing.
Kenneth Dibben House is completed, providing high quality office and laboratory space.
Following the success of the first incubator, a second extension is opened.
A specially-designed business incubator is built to house new and fast growing companies and is opened by Lord Sainsbury.
University spin-out Fibercore is granted a long ground lease to construct bespoke offices and laboratories.
Merck is granted a long ground lease to construct a UK Head Office and research centre.
Phase II of the Science Park is completed, responding to demand - 9 acres, 6 buildings on Enterprise Road, 86,000 sq ft.
A major satellite broadcaster is granted a long ground lease for the construction of several buildings, advanced satellite communications and control dishes.
Southampton Science Park is officially opened by HRH The Duke of Kent.
The first 8,000 sq ft building of Phase I is completed and let to a single tenant.
Phase I of the Science Park is planned - 3 buildings on Venture Road totalling 41,000 sq ft.
The Science Park Company is formed.