With a development spend of £5million, the construction of units 1 and 2 is creating work for 100 local sub-contractors and suppliers for 9 months.
James Barrack, Managing Director at Knight Property Group comments, “It’s important that we continue to spend money within Aberdeen and support local businesses. Despite the challenging market we have faced, thankfully there are signs of improved confidence within the city.
“Aberdeen is our home and has been good to us over the years so it’s important to show confidence assurance in the area and ensure there are oil service sector in relation to facilities to suit their current needs.”
Our continued investment in the North East is testament to our beliefs that Aberdeen will recover from the difficulties we have faced over the last 18 months.”
The Westhill development gained significant interest in Q2 last year with the signing of three long term leases on units 2, 3 and 4.
Leasing agent and Director at Savills, Dan Smith comments “Leasing units 1, 3 and 4 at Kingshill Commercial Park on a long term basis really shows the appetite and confidence of businesses to both invest and expand in the city. The current interest in the park highlights that there is a need for high quality new industrial units within Westhill.”
Kingshill Park and Prospect Park, both owned and developed by Knight Property Group are neighbouring developments to Kingshill Commercial Park. The three developments see a range of tenants from oil and gas specialists to home builders and serviced office provider BlueSky Business Space.