NEW Rutherglen Offices On The Market For Tenants

24 November, 2020 | Office

WORK on two office pavilions at regeneration initiative Clyde Gateway’s Rutherglen Links business park has been completed.

The buildings, which are among just a handful of speculative office developments being built in Scotland, are now on the market for tenants.

Designed by architect’s Keppie and built by Clark Contracts, the £4million development offer a combined 15,000 sq ft of accommodation with space for around 120 employees.

Each two-storey pavilion can accommodate a range of occupier requirements.

The town centre location is close to Rutherglen Station and enjoys excellent public transport as well as generous levels of dedicated car parking, including accessible spaces and provision for electric charging. With demand for cycling increasing, shower facilities and cycle storage are also provided.

Rutherglen Links Business Park, positioned off Junction 2 on the M74 motorway, is already home to leading engineering and technology-driven solutions provider SPIE and essential business services providers Clear Business Water.

The industrial developments on the park have also attracted an enviable stable of tenant companies including Ford Retail, Screwfix, TransCanada Turbines, Eurocell, Equis, Bath Giant and Plumbstore.

Ian Manson, chief executive at Clyde Gateway said: “This is great news for Rutherglen and the wider Clyde Gateway area -– bringing up to a further 120 jobs to the business park.

“The bespoke style of Two and Three Rutherglen Links is a new concept for us and offers fully flexible internal layouts together with external break-out spaces and cycle storage, ideally suited to meet the new needs of the commercial property market.”

Gordon Cunningham, managing director of Clark Contracts said: “We are delighted to complete another landmark development for Clyde Gateway and turn their vision into reality with these modern and flexible new office buildings.

“The business park has proven to be extremely popular, and these new buildings provide a welcome addition.”

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