Adastral Park is a science campus based at Martlesham Heath near Ipswich in the English county of Suffolk.
When the site opened it was known as the Post Office Research Station, but it was subsequently renamed BT Research Laboratories or BT Labs and later Adastral Park to reflect an expansion in the organisations and activities co-located with BT Labs at the campus.
Other articles related to "adastral park, park":
... BT have put forward various proposals and plans to expand the business park activities ... In June 2001, a framework for expanding the business park was created, but it was not linked to building any residential housing on the site ... As recently as 2007, BT said that they could develop the business park without the need for the income from selling land for housing ...
... facility is located in the United Kingdom at Adastral Park, near Ipswich in the county of Suffolk ... The Adastral Park site was first opened in 1975 and has grown since then to a facility today which has around 4,000 research and development people from both BT and some of its partner ... aircraft test flights flew from the airfield and the name (Adastral Park) is intended to reflect the history of experimentation and innovation, which is the continuing focus for the Park ...
... Labs and was subsequently developed into a high tech business park called Adastral Park in the 1990s ...
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