Easter Ross Business Park – open for business
Easter Ross Business Park opens its doors for prospective new occupiers this month. With over 32 acres to develop and situated just off the A9 at Alness, Easter Ross Business Park, offers flexible space that can be used for industrial purposes, office space or dedicated yard space.
Brian Munro, managing director of Pat Munro (Alness) Ltd, owners of the site, commented: “It is tremendous that the Park is now open for business and we look forward to welcoming new occupiers to this fantastic site. There has already been a good deal of interest, thanks to its superb location right by the A9 arterial route and its ability to provide a bespoke deal for businesses.
“Significantly, some larger occupiers have been looking at the site and some have been enquiring about units in excess of 43560 sq ft. There aren’t any other sites in the Easter Ross region at the moment where you could build something like that, especially as its only 40 minutes to Inverness airport and within easy access to the A96 and Aberdeen, the energy capital of Europe “he commented.
Located at the heart of the alternative energy revolution. The Highlands and Islands region is fast emerging as a world leader in the development and production of renewable energy. By locating to Easter Ross Business Park companies will be joining several hundred other businesses across the Highlands and Islands who are active in the renewables, oil and gas, engineering, decommissioning and manufacturing industries.
“The business park development has been welcomed by development agency, Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE). Susan Addison, Head of Business Growth with HIE, said: “Suitable business sites and premises are crucial to a successful region. The new business park at Alness will help attract new businesses into the area as well as facilitate the expansion of local firms.”
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