Agri-tech hub

Work is progressing at Ni-Park, a world leading agricultural research and innovation hub in Newport, which in partnership with Harper Adams University promises to provide a significant economic boost to the local area.

Councillor Lee Carter said, “Ni-Park is set to put Telford and the UK at the forefront of high efficiency agriculture. It will pioneer an epicentre of global intelligence, drive growth and support innovation to help farmers and businesses achieve sustainable productivity in agriculture and farming.”

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