Gordon Murray Group is finalising plans for a brand-new £50m global headquarters and tech centre in Windlesham, Surrey. Once complete, in 2024, it will house the group’s automotive design, research and engineering facilities, with the existing Dunsfold site being expanded to
build the new T50 and T50s supercars
and further develop Murray’s high-efficiency iStream manufacturing process.
Phase 1 of the new buildings will complete in 2022 and incorporate sales, marketing and technical facilities, while the completed project, on a site near the M3 which once housed BOC, will include prototype vehicle manufacturing and a heritage centre to display road and racing cars from Murray’s drawing board. There may also be a small test track for new vehicle development.
With green credentials high on the brief, the technology campus makes sympathetic new use of a brownfield site and employs low-energy technologies, while also creating 100 new high-skill jobs for the area.