Creslow Park is a unique technical facility set in rural Buckinghamshire. The high security site was originally established in 1944 as a top secret radio communcations facility for Section VII (Communications) of MI6. With security and secrecy being of the highest priority the facility was built close to the hamlet of Creslow, a site well away from the beaten track, on the top of a hill, and surrounded by a 4m high razor wire fence.
The site was completely overhauled and modernised in 1989-90 with many of the post-war buildings being demolished and a new state-of-the-art radio transmission facility replacing them. This building contains 5000sq/ft of highly secure, purpose built technical space perfectly suited housing modern IT equipment. Dual-redundant power was designed in to the building from the outset and a dedicated HV connection to the grid supported the historical use of the site. In recent years diverse fibre optic communications have been installed meaning the site has an abundance of connectivity. The nature of the facility would be well suited to hosting highly secure or sensitive data processing applications or disaster recovery requirements.
In addition, several office and engineering spaces are available to compliment the technical facilities, ideal for those who require their own staff to be in close proximity to their IT equipment or simply for high-tech companies wishing to get away from it all and take advantage of the stunning all-round views and lack of disturbance whilst concentrating on their latest innovation and of course taking full advantage of the masses of Internet bandwidth available.
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