The Bletchley Park Science and Innovation Centre (BPSIC) provides office space and services to innovative, early stage companies at an historic venue and is helping to re-establish Bletchley Park as a vibrant hub for innovation and enterprise.
After decades of neglect during the post-war period, the Bletchley Park complex, home to World War II codebreakers, is being revitalised by voluntary and private sector organisations.
Since its founding in 2004, BPSIC, a private company, has been playing a key role in the resurgence of the Park by:
- refurbishing many dilapidated wartime buildings as well as the top floors of the historic Mansion into fully-equipped modern offices
- providing office space for more than 30 early stage technology companies
- generating a substantial rental income for the Bletchley Park Trust
- becoming a key sponsor of The National Museum of Computing
- contributing to the local economy through the creation of new businesses and jobs