This Freedom of Information (FOI) publication scheme highlights all the information that’s publicly available about ‌Technology Enterprises Portsmouth Limited (TEPL), a subsidiary company of the University of Portsmouth.

The information is arranged under 7 headings to help you find what you want quickly:

  1. Who we are and what we do
  2. What we spend and how we spend it
  3. What our priorities are and how we're doing
  4. How we make decisions
  5. Our policies and procedures
  6. Lists and registers
  7. The services we offer

1. Who we are and what we do

This class contains information on how Technology Enterprises Portsmouth Limited (TEPL) was set up, including its legal status and contact details.

Roles and responsibilities

Technology Enterprises Portsmouth Limited (TEPL) is a limited company, which is a fully owned subsidiary of the University of Portsmouth.

TEPL was formed in 2015. The principal activity of TEPL is to provide workspace for start-up and growing companies. TEPL doesn't employ any staff directly. The TEPL board meets approximately every 2 months.

Articles of association

Articles of association are available from the TEPL Company Secretary adrian.parry@port.ac.uk.

Board members

As a wholly owned subsidiary of the University of Portsmouth, TEPL Board members are taken from University staff. They are:

  • Sarah Duckering
  • Professor Graham Galbraith (Chair)
  • Martin James
  • Professor Bob Nichol
  • Bernie Topham
  • Emma Woollard
  • Adrian Parry (Secretary)
Contact points

For more information on TEPL and the TEPL Board, please contact the TEPL Company Secretary at adrian.parry@port.ac.uk.

2. What we spend and how we spend it

This class contains financial information relating to income and expenditure, procurement, contracts and financial audit.

Annual accounts

Records of the TEPL accounts are available from the TEPL Company Secretary adrian.parry@port.ac.uk.

3. What our priorities are and how we're doing

This class contains information from the last 3 years relating to the University's strategies and plans, performance indicators, audits, inspections and reviews.

TEPL financial statements are available from the TEPL Company Secretary adrian.parry@port.ac.uk.

4. How we make decisions

This class contains information on how the organisation makes decisions.

Paper copies of the minutes of TEPL Board Meetings and of the Resolutions of the Board as submitted to Companies House are available from the TEPL Company Secretary adrian.parry@port.ac.uk.

These minutes won't include any confidential items of business.

5. Our policies and procedures

This class contains details of written protocols, policies and procedures for delivering TEPL services and responsibilities.

Information available on our policies and procedures

As a wholly owned subsidiary of the University, TEPL is bound by University policies on matters such as complaints management, data protection and records management.

Details of these policies are available in sections 5.10–5.12 of the University of Portsmouth publications scheme.

6. Lists and registers

TEPL doesn't hold, and isn't required to hold, any information in publicly available registers.

7. The services we offer

This class contains details of services offered by TEPL, including leaflets, guidance and newsletters. This is an extension of the first section, "Who we are and what we do".

Details of the services TEPL offers are available from the Company Secretary adrian.parry@port.ac.uk.

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