NETPark Discovery Centres

A development of two buildings, each of approximately 1,900m², provides space for expanding technology companies.

Built to the same high standards as the NETPark Incubator, each building can offer a range of office, laboratory and space for clean room facilities, in suites which are ideal for established companies or large research and development groups.

Set within NETPark’s parkland setting, the Discovery buildings have been designed with many sustainable credentials such as solar panels and angling the buildings away from the sun to cut down on solar gain and thus reduce the need for air conditioning and achieve ‘BREEAM’ excellent rating under the current assessment methods.

The Discovery buildings are only one part of the NETPark community. As your business develops you will find no shortage of room to grow into larger space on the park.

To find out about locating your business at NETPark or to arrange a viewing of these properties, please contact Janet Todd, NETPark Manager on 01740 625 250 or e-mail This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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    Janet Todd

    NETPark Manager

    +44(0)1740 625 250
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Did You Know?

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  • The North East workforce +

    Companies developing products from physics-based science employ over 43,000 people in the North East
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