The four acre site fronts onto Dyce Drive and formerly consisted of five office pavilions.
Phase 1 of the development consists of two industrial units each containing 2,000sq ft office’s, 5,000sq ft of workshop and dedicated concrete yards.
Phase 2 of the development will see 5 multi let industrial units developed and phase 3 will consist of the final 4 multi let industrial units.
Units 3,4,6 and 7 will provide 3,000sq ft each of warehouse complete with a 2 man office and toilet while units 5,8,9,10 and 11 will be slightly smaller units with 2,500sq ft of warehouse space and a 2 person office with toilet. Each unit will have ample parking facilities and the development sits close to the AWPR junction giving easy accessibility to the north and south of the city.
Howard Crawshaw, Director of Knight Property Group commented, “We are excited about the site we have acquired and are looking forward to commencement of our speculative developments in Dyce. Aberdeen has faced some challenges in recent times and there remain many older industrial schemes that are past their best and are simply not fit for purpose so we firmly believe this development will bring modern units to the market that fit occupiers needs and the most up to date building standards and a sought after location.
We have a positive outlook on the Aberdeen market and believe new build property in the right location will let up well.
As a property company, core to our business is having stock to trade with, which is what we are providing here. We have seen successes with our recent new build developments which is why we are confident our recent purchases offer the market what occupiers need.”
Dyce is seeing more businesses thanks to the addition of the AWPR that makes the area far more accessible than previously.
Knight Property Group have also recently acquired additional land in Westhill. The newly purchased one-acre site is located on Westhill’s Prospect Road, to the South of Tesco Petrol Station. They are also currently developing 2 new office buildings in their existing Kingshill Park.