Science & Technology Asset Management

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Turn your vision into a strategic plan and brand to attract talent and build S&T clusters.

Five decades of working with S&T businesses gives us a unique understanding of international occupiers. Our integrated network of specialists in asset management, facilities management, and client accounting are today managing and advising some of the highest-regarded campuses in the world.  

We know that science parks each have a unique culture and story. We’ll help you find the thread that runs through the buildings, the businesses and the people, to enable world-class science and optimised financial performance. 


Investing in Science and Technology

Invest in the economy of the future with the most granular S&T occupier demand analysis available

Occupier Consultancy & Leasing

Ensure your research space is exactly what you need, so you can focus on the day job.

Science and Technology Development

Attract the fast-moving world of science and technology to your next development project

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Meet our trusted experts


David Brown

Partner, Investment and Property Management

David’s many years’ experience as a client gives him the insight to provide an exemplary asset management client service.

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Robin Hill

Partner, Investment and Property Management

Robin is an asset/fund manager with an exceptional breadth of experience in investment management, alternative and mainstream real estate, capital markets, and consulting.

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Cambridge BioMedical Campus

A cure for cancer may one day be discovered at the Cambridge Biomedical Campus, but a decade before pharmaceutical giants AstraZeneca and Cancer Research UK joined Addenbrooke’s Hospital to create this world-class life sciences cluster, we were helping the landowners reimagine their neighbouring farmland


Cambridge Research Park

Rockspring originally acquired the 112-acre site, in partnership with asset manager XLB Property, in 2014 for £21m, with 80,000 sq ft of existing net lettable space.


Cambridge Science Park

Trinity College embraced the emerging science park concept in 1970 by developing buildings exclusively for research on farmland it owned on the northern edge of Cambridge. This science-first ethos lives on today in the 21st century park’s collaborative community of world-beating research companies.

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Granta Park

The development of Granta Park into one of Cambridge’s finest research locations has stemmed from a long-term vision and relentless focus on the details.

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Harwell Campus

Harwell’s 5m sq ft master plan being delivered at pace accommodates innovative companies and institutions of all sizes across life sciences, space, energy and super-computing technologies.


Howbery Park

HR Wallingford was originally a government agency created for hydraulic research and privatised in the 80s, but remains situated on its own 70-acre park on the edge of Wallingford, bounded by the River Thames.

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Schrödinger Building (Oxford Science Enterprises)

Three of Oxford Science Enterprises portfolio companies, researching therapeutic vaccine technologies and drug discovery, have moved into Oxford Science Park’s Schrodinger Building following their strategic conversion of office to laboratory space.

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Sherard Building (Oxford Science Enterprises)

Oxford Science Enterprises is supporting its portfolio companies to make scientific break-throughs, and that includes establishing the right workspaces for productivity and collaboration.

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