The maps below show changes in a Science Park since 2008.Summarize the information by selecting and reporting the main features and make comparisons where relevant.
The map depicts the developments which have taken place in the Science Park between the year 2008 and today.
In general, the most significant change in the graph is that the park has become a much more modern area, notably characterised by the appearance of many new transport lines, aiming to facilitate the visitors' commutation.
Looking at the north of the landscape, the Science Park has experienced a number of noticeable changes. The greatest is that the green land in the northwest has been redeveloped into the Research and development building. Besides, the complex Offices-Reception witnessed a modification, with the Reception being transformed into the University Hub. In contrast, the Business units have remained unaltered.
Regarding the Southern area, there has been a conversion from the IT centre to the Innovation centre. Moreover, the grassland has been demolished and the adjacent car park has been reduced in size to make land available for the expansion of Cyber Security. In the parallel of these changes, there has been an introduction of new cycle paths, a train station in the southern railway, and a bus stop at the east T-junction. However, three areas covered by trees have shown no sign of change.