Oxford Business Park

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The Oxford Business Park is a business park of 88 acres (360,000 m2) at Cowley on the eastern edge of Oxford, England. The park is immediately adjacent to the Oxford Ring Road.

The park was developed on the site of Oxford Military College from 1876-1896, later the original Morris Motors factory, sold in 1992 by Rover to the property group Arlington Securities. Arlington was itself sold to the Australian property company Macquarie Goodman, now the Goodman Group, in 2005.[1]

Major tenants include Wiley-Blackwell, Harley-Davidson, Oxfam, Royal Mail and HM Revenue and Customs. There is also a hotel on the site.

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Coordinates: 51°43′51″N 1°12′26″W / 51.73083°N 1.20722°W / 51.73083; -1.20722