Bringing the past into the future

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

The Mansion @ Bletchley Park

BPSIC @ Bletchley Park

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