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Canterbury Innovation Centre

The Canterbury Innovation Centre is Kent's centre for innovative business and high technology companies.


The Canterbury Innovation Centre is Kent’s new centre for innovative business and high technology companies. A unique mix of cutting-edge design and sustainable credentials, the Centre completes the first phase for the University of Kent’s exciting new Technology Park.

The Innovation Centre is managed by Basepoint Centres Limited on behalf of East Kent Spatial Development Company and funded by Seeda. Basepoint specialise in providing high quality, affordable business space with first class support solutions. The centre will be joining Basepoint’s network of 25 centre’s nationwide.

Where cutting-edge design meets environmental sustainability. The Centre’s visually striking exterior houses over 2500 sq. metres of modern, affordable office, studio and workshop space. The campus itself is set amongst 500 acres of green parkland and rolling hills, overlooking the beautiful cathedral city of Canterbury. It’s not just about aesthetics, but an environmentally sustainable design meets the BREEAM Excellent (Building Research Establishment Environmental Assessment Method) standards, marking a firm commitment to the region’s environmental and economic stability.


Rewards 2017-18

Canterbury Innovation Centre are providing a 2-day work shadowing placement, where a student can shadow Jo Clark, Centre Manager, providing an insight into management.

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Hub for Innovation & Enterprise, Canterbury Innovation Centre, Unit 70, University Road, Canterbury, Kent, CT2 7FG, T: +44 (0)1227 823109

Last Updated: 23/11/2017