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ITDev is located on the Southampton Science Park. You can find us on the ground floor of Kenneth Dibben House. We are in the south wing, indicated by a sign above the corridor. The full address is as follows:

I.T. Dev Limited
Kenneth Dibben House
Enterprise Road
Southampton Science Park
Southampton
Hampshire
SO16 7NS
UK

Our office location can be found on the map here.

A detailed map of the science park can be found here.

Directions

The Southampton Science Park entrance, University Parkway, is well signposted from the A27.

Approaching from the west on the M27, exit at junction 3 and follow the signs to North Baddesley, then continue along the A27 for another mile and the entrance will be on the right.

Approaching from the east on the M27, exit at junction 5 and take the first exit at the roundabout. After heading south on the A335, turn right at the first set of traffic lights onto the A27. Continue on this road and take the second exit at the Chilworth roundabout, following the signs to Chilworth. After approximately 1 mile, the entrance will be on the left.

Approaching from the M3, take the exit for the A33. Take the third exit at the Chilworth roundabout and follow the signs to Chilworth. After approximately 1 mile, the entrance will be on the left.

Satnav Warning

Some satnavs will incorrectly direct drivers from the A27 into Manor Road (alongside The Chilworth Arms pub) which leads to a dead end.

Parking

There is dedicated visitor parking at the end of Enterprise Road. Alternatively, there is visitor parking and a large gravel car park behind Kenneth Dibben House on Venture road. A map of the science park, including parking locations, can be found here.

Public Transport

The nearest train station to the University of Southampton Science Park is located in Chandler’s Ford, it is approximately 3.3 miles away. Southampton Airport Parkway is approximately 4.3 miles away. For more information visit: www.southwesttrains.co.uk or National Rail Enquiries.

Bus transport to the Science park is limited. There is, however, a Wheelers Travel bus service that stops at the park. The W1 travels between Romsey and Southampton City centre approximately every hour. For more information visit: www.wheelerstravel.co.uk.

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