- Gravity’s Green Recovery report landing soon
- Read our blog on why Flexible and rapid design will be the key to building the UK’s post-vaccine labs
- Link Road nears completion with the construction of ‘Green Bridge‘
- Gravity launches design competition for Sedgemoor students
- Gravity is at the heart of a sustainability project for international students
Green Recovery Report – Landing Soon
Gravity will soon be releasing ‘Powering the UK’s Green Revolution‘ a report outlining how best the UK can transition from rhetoric and ideology towards practical steps and actions that will stimulate the clean growth sectors. Watch this space for our list of recommendations for how both the public and private sectors can contribute to the UK’s Green revolution.
#Blog: What will the future of the UK’s Pharma and R&D lab space look like?
Read our latest blog which explores the trends covid is expected to have on the creation and funding of the UK’s next generation of laboratory spaces, predominantly affecting the UK’s research & development and pharmaceutical industries.
Building a bridge to a greener future
In March, the construction of the Gravity Link Road ‘green bridge’ began. The bridge will become a feature of the area for generations to come. This is the latest milestone towards the completion of the Link Road which will connect the Gravity – Smart Campus to the UK motorway network. Watch the latest drone video below.
Future of transport at Gravity
Gravity recently hosted a webinar, outlining its commitment to improving local and regional transport links, including the creation new ‘green’ multi-use paths and future ‘smart’ transport solutions.
Open for business
On-site preparations including a new wrap-around sign signaling the shovel-readiness of Gravity. If your business is open to becoming part of the smart campus’s collaborative culture, then download the Gravity brochure or contact JLL for more information.
Smart Campus at the heart of educational initiatives
Gravity is proud to be part of several education-based initiatives.
Gravity is teaming up with two national, educational charities Bounce Forward and Ministry of Building Innovation and Education (MOBIE) a charity founded by architect and TV Presenter George Clarke to launch a design competition that aims to encourage local youngsters to get involved with the project.
Gravity is at the heart of a collaborative learning experience with Knowle Hall and the wider Yew Wah international schools in China. Overseen by Gravity team members, the project asked international students to develop their thoughts on the Green Economy and the innovations Gravity could house for future tenants.