University of Derby Science Park

By | 22nd May 2017

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University of Derby Science Park

University of Derby Science Park

Infinity Park Derby is a unique collaboration between Derby City Council, the Harpur Crewe Estate, Rolls-Royce and developers Cedar House, Wilson Bowden and Peveril Securities.

The Park is located to the south of the city, next to the world headquarters of Rolls-Royce Civil Aerospace and within 15 minutes of OEMs such as Toyota Manufacturing (UK), Bombardier and JCB. Plots are available on a design-and-build basis, and can be purposed for anything from office-use to industrial distribution.
Work has already begun on its centrepiece development – an £11.8m ‘Centre for Supply Chain Innovation in Transport Engineering’ which will host Enscite – established as a collaboration between Universities to provide access to cutting edge research and technology transfer to supply chain companies in the aerospace, automotive and rail sectors.

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The iHub

An exciting new 45,000 sq.ft. innovation centre nearing completion at the heart of Infinity Park Derby – a manufacturing focussed innovation and technology park in the south of Derby with Enterprise Zone status.

The design, with its curvilinear nature, embraces the characteristics of transport engineering using high quality metal cladding that reflects the materials traditionally used in the industry. The building includes both office and workshop units available to let for small and medium companies hoping to break into, or expand their role in, aerospace, rail and automotive supply chains.

The iHub will be an essential catalyst for the development and growth of Infinity Park Derby and ultimately the creation of well-paid, highly skilled jobs.

  • Direct access to cutting edge technology and manufacturing research and development
  • A collaboration between several leading universities
  • Supported by the European Union Regional Development Fund

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