David
Williams

Partner, Business Space Agency

David’s expertise focuses on Oxfordshire’s commercial property market, built over 28 years working on development, agency and specialist science projects.

David heads up Bidwells’ business space agency team in Oxford, across Oxfordshire and into Buckinghamshire and Berkshire.

Over his career, David has worked on a crosssection of projects from small shop lettings, multi-unit developments, commercial elements of mixed-use strategic schemes and advising occupiers on property relocations and general lease consultancy.

Mixed use strategic development schemes include North East Carterton, North East Witney, Great Western Park, North West Bicester and most recently Oxpens in Oxford.

David has worked with organisations in the science and technology sector throughout his career, playing a part in the Oxfordshire cluster and seeing many spin-outs prosper and grow. Occupier clients include Tetronics, Brainomix, Nexeon, Oxford Cryosystems, Summit PLC, Bio Rad, Oxford Sciences Innovations, Oxford Policy Management, First Touch Games, Exient, Yasa Motors and Polar Technologies.

David also leads the Bidwells agency team at the Harwell science campus in Oxfordshire extending over 710 acres. The campus, which currently accommodates 5,500 people across 200 organisations including the UK’s largest Space cluster, has started on Phase I of a 1m sq ft new development.

  • Lettings and disposals of office, laboratory, industrial, warehouse and retail property
  • Representing business occupiers in the purchase and leasing of retail and commercial property across central and southern England
  • Appraising development opportunities
  • Specialist knowledge in the science and technology sector, servicing occupier requirements and bringing forward science park development
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