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Join us as we enter a new phase to fully realise the sites potential. We welcome proposals from interested parties.


Kevin Hamblin
Managing Director
SGS CS CEO SGS College Group

 “In 2016 when the SGS Group purchased the derelict Berkeley site from the Nuclear Decommissioning Authority the buildings were scheduled for demolition. Over the passed 7 yrs SGS has successfully saved the unique facilities for future generations as Gloucestershire Science & Technology Park. Key milestones have been the delivery of four high quality teaching establishments; SGS Berkeley Green UTC, C11 Cyber and Low Carbon Centre, Gloucestershire Police's Sabrina Centre and most recently the Active Building Centre Low Carbon training facilities. Many of the older buildings on the park have been invaluable in providing low cost facilities for science and technology businesses and projects, as well as community support.

"GSTP is revitalising the site of the Former National Nuclear Laboratories, situated adjacent to the decommissioned Berkeley Magnox Nuclear Power Station."


The GSTP project must now move on to a new phase, where the full potential of the site is realised, bringing all the buildings back into use will require a significant level of capital investment, as a publicly owned FE college we simply cannot do this on our own, hence we are seeking investment and development partners who can now lead on the regeneration on the park. This will allow SGS to focus on providing the skills and education that our economy needs for growth and decarbonisation at all our other campuses across the region. SGS are interested in discussing any proposals from interested parties for the next stages of the GSTP project.”


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