Lockton Global move to Kingshill Park

September 28th, 2017

Category: press

Scottish commercial property developer, Knight Property Group, have announced Lockton Global as their latest tenant moving into Kingshill Park, Westhill.

The risk management and insurance giants have agreed a 5 year lease on year lease of suite C at Pavilion 7. The 2606 sq. ft. self –contained suite benefits from its own entrance, excellent parking ratio, raised access flooring, air conditioning and open plan floor plates and shower facilities.

Howard Crawshaw, Director at Knight Property Group commented, “We’re thrilled to welcome another tenant to Kingshill Park.
Pavilion 7 is a unique building within the development. It offers four self-contained suites all with their own access and dedicated parking and benefits from all the same features as our other pavilions.

When building on a speculative basis we like to ensure we cover all bases, all our pavilions are finished to the up-most standard but it’s important to recognise that companies don’t always need the same amount of space. By sub-dividing pavilion 7 into four self-contained suites it has allowed for more flexibility.”

Director at Savills, Dan Smith comments: “We’re beginning to see a change in the North East economy, following the part letting of pavilion 6 to Storm Geo earlier this year, the let of pavilion 7 suite C re-iterates that companies are continuing to thrive and adjust to the current market.

“Westhill is a prime location for an array of industries and with the new AWPR well on its way, its proving to be a good selling point for businesses out with the city centre.”

Kingshill Park will consist of 11 buildings upon completion, ranging between 2,600 sq. ft. and 16,400 sq ft. and is located in close proximity to the AWPR making it more accessible to Aberdeen city and shire. Upon completion, the development will bring approximately 1,100 workers to the area.

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