Therapeutic vaccination is being explored as a treatment strategy for the treatment of patients with primary or metastatic tumours. We developed a vaccine targeted to Human papillomavirus (HPV)-induced tumours based on recombinant Semliki Forest virus (rSFV) encoding a fusion protein of the E6 and E7 proteins of HPV type 16. To enable a phase I clinical trial with this vaccine, Vvax001, a Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP)-compliant manufacturing process was set up and clinical material was produced. Upstream production of the clinical material resulted in viral titers from 2.4 × 107 to 1.3 × 109 infectious particles/ mL in the harvest. The total volume of 6.0 liter crude virus was purified in 13 consecutive downstream purification runs. The mean titer after purification was 4.0 × 108 infectious particles/ mL and the mean recovery was 19%. Finally, clinical material was filled at a target concentration of 1.25 × 108 infectious particles/mL. Release testing included tests for viral titer and virus identity, biological activity, sterility, bacterial endotoxins, adventitious viruses and absence of replication competent virus. The product complied with all specifications and was released for use as an investigational medicinal product. This is the first GMP production process developed for a SFV-based therapeutic vaccine. The vaccine, Vvax001 is targeted to HPV and has shown promising results in preclinical studies. The GMP-produced Vvax001 material met the quality criteria and was of sufficient quantity to enable assessment of its immunogenicity, safety and efficacy in a clinical setting.