The Scottish Enterprise Technology Park (SETP) provides a dynamic environment for all types of companies, whether start-ups, global leaders or indigenous investors.The 34-hectare facility has been owned and managed by Scottish Enterprise since 1994. The Technology Park has a range of multi-occupancy and stand alone buildings which house over 100 companies ranging from SMEs to large international companies.All of the services, facilities and assistance available to encourage growth, combined with the Park’s high levels of leading edge research and development, make this one of Scotland’s leading Science and Technology Parks.
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This Grade B listed building, located in the heart of Rutherglen town centre and set out over 3 floors with a central atrium, has 16 office units ranging in size from 150 sq.ft to 730 sq.ft. Shared meeting space and a 26-space car park for the sole use of tenants and their visitors are also provided. Burgh Business Centre has fantastic transport links, with Rutherglen Train Station just a short walk away. There is also easy access to the motorway network via the M74, with Junction 2 Cambuslang Road only a few minutes drive away. The £2 million conversion of this former primary school in Rutherglen to modern business units was completed in 2012.
This is the largest commercial and industrial planning consent in Scotland. With a total site area of 65 hectares, Clyde Gateway is now bringing forward the National Business District Phase 1 – comprising 11 hectares. £20m is being invested in the site infrastructure, landscaping and a new pedestrian bridge provides direct access to Dalmarnock Rail Station. There is also a major riverside development opportunity for a large scale commercial space- up to 130,000 square meters in Phase 1. With easy access to Junction 1A of the M74, the site is also only a short walk to the new £11 Dalmarnock Train Station.
This new site adjacent to Junction 2 of the M74 motorway is currently being transformed to develop new business opportunities. The impressive new Business Park has the potential to bring 1,000 jobs to the Rutherglen area which has excellent connectivity, leisure and retail amenities as well as investment and development opportunities. The Grade A, energy efficient, low cost office accommodation also has 113 parking spaces. The site is ideally located 3 minutes away from Rutherglen Rail Station and only a 6 minute journey time away from Glasgow City Centre.
Hamilton International Park is recognised as Scotland’s most successful Enterprise Zone site, creating over 4,600 jobs for Lanarkshire. In 2000, HFD Group began the development of Grade A office space and have developed over 500,000 sq ft of office space across the 116 acre site since then.
The Park has attracted blue chip companies such as Scottish Power, Babock Rail, John Lewis Plc and many more.
Located on the A725 East Kilbride Expressway on the outskirts of Hamilton, with excellent transport links to the M74, M73 and M8, the Park has enjoyed further expansion with the creation of the EcoCampus office development.
Airdrie Business Centre is the perfect location to grow your business. This bright and modern environment provides professional, fully flexible office and meeting space in landscaped surroundings for both start-up companies and existing businesses.
Airdrie Business Centre offers high speed broadband access and provides a fully managed IT and telephone service within the building. Tenants have access to the building 24-hours a day, 7 days a week and the building offers dedicated parking for 68 cars.
The Business Centre itself is located in Chapel Lane in the heart of Airdrie, close to shops, restaurants and other amenities, and only a ten minute walk from the local train station, which provides regular services to both Glasgow and Edinburgh city centre.
Drumpellier Business Park is a three acre development opportunity is situated west of Coatbridge. It is easily accessed via the A89 dual carriageway, linking directly to the M8 and also a five-minute walk from Kirkwood train station.
The park provides modern office space for small and large businesses who are seeking flexible space and terms to meet their business needs.
Drumpellier offers the best of both worlds, the opportunity to purchase or rent and move into buildings that create an identity and potential for future growth
BioCity Scotland is a joint venture with Roslin BioCentre and was founded in early 2012, following the acquisition of a former MSD research facility at Newhouse. It has since become the centre for a wide range of research, training, events and thought leadership in the life sciences industry.
BioCity Scotland provides more than 130,000 sq feet of high specification chemistry and biology laboratories and office space. BioCity Scotland provides state of the art laboratories and office space available for rent to companies in the bioscience, pharmaceutical, medtech and healthcare industries.
The former Ravenscraig steelworks closed in 1992 and its redevelopment is one of the largest urban regeneration projects in Europe.
The overall development is expected to create some 12,600 jobs and attract in excess of £1.4 billion of private sector investment.
The first phase of the site servicing and £65m infrastructure works was completed in 2008.
The second phase is based around the creation of a new town centre likely to result in a total private sector investment of around £425m and will be the most significant phase of development at Ravenscraig. As well as the physical redevelopment of the site, North Lanarkshire Council aims to maximise the economic benefits of the project by ensuring that local people and businesses benefit from the redevelopment of Ravenscraig.
Positioned in the heart of Scotland’s Central Belt, Strathclyde Business Park provides 1.4 million sq ft of business and lifestyle space. With 155 acres of mature parkland, incorporating stunning water features, the Park offers companies an unrivalled range of flexible accommodation from 150 – 74,000 sq ft, on either a traditional or serviced/managed office basis.
The Park is home to major occupiers such as Scottish Power, Wood Group, Virgin Media, NG Bailey and Macquarie Bank.
Benefiting from excellent transport connectivity to all parts of Scotland, the Park links directly to the M8 and M74 motorways and is served by four railway stations and a dedicated bus service, linking directly with Bellshill Train Station.