Location for North Wales Science Park set for Gaerwen
A 50-acre site at Gaerwen is the preferred location for building a new Science Park to serve North West Wales, Menai Science Park in Anglesey has confirmed.
As a news report in the local media has revealed, the site is currently owned by the Isle of Anglesey County Council and was one of three sites on the island shortlisted by the science park project team.
Science Park director Ieuan Wyn Jones said: "After undertaking a rigorous internal process, I am delighted that we now have a preferred site for our science park project which will play a key role in creating high value employment in North West Wales.”
"The park will play host to industry-facing and science-based research projects, either located currently within Bangor University, within the SME community and within large corporates.
"By having the latest state-of-the-art buildings and facilities, we aim to attract some of the best researchers, SMEs with potential for growth and large corporates to bring some of their R&D capacity to Wales" he concluded.
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