Thames Valley Park offers a fantastic mix of progressive international businesses (many in the technology space) and large open green spaces offering waterside facilities as well as a 22 acre nature reserve ideal for people looking for space to enjoy with colleagues or family and friends.
Thames Valley Park is at the northern point of the A3290 (formerly part of the A329(M) giving good connections to both the M4, M25 and A4 into Reading. There are two free shuttle buses available, one to Winnersh Train Station and the other to Reading Train Station.
TVP was formerly a waste site used for coal ash from Reading power station (now demolished). Restoration of the site started in 1988 and was undertaken by the property developers Speyhawk and then purchased by Oracle. The park, water meadows and nature reserve were developed to create a natural flood plain to protect the commercial development but at the same time working to increase the biodiversity of the local habitat.
Sitting alongside the River Thames the park is surrounded by beautiful vistas up and down the river and is home to a myriad of wildlife to watch and admire. As well as being a great hub for business the glorious surroundings make Thames Valley Park a pleasant and enjoyable place to be. There are also a wealth of events that are organised in the park, namely the Thames Valley Park and Reading Town regattas which are held in June every year.