This modern unit is on offer at Cappielow Trade Park, approximately 2 miles west of Greenock town centre and immediately adjacent to the A8 on the main thoroughfare through Greenock. Other occupiers within the estate include Jewson, Howden Joinery and Brandon Plant Hire.
The available accommodation comprises a modern industrial unit of steel portal frame construction. Internal eaves height extends to approximately 4.87m. The subject property benefits from lighting, provided via florescent strip units and heating is via gas fired roof mounted heaters.
The shared yard is accessed via one electrically operated roller shutter door. The trade counter area is located to the front of the unit.
The Property is ideally located for Cartsdyke train station to allow staff easy commuter access. There is a regular train service to Glasgow Central and Wemyss Bay and regular bus services on the A8 providing fantastic connectivity for attracting and retaining staff.
Greenock is situated 25 miles west of Glasgow and has a direct connection to the M8 motorway, which is the main arterial route to Edinburgh and the Scottish motorway network beyond. The site gives direct access to the large skilled labour force based in Inverclyde and the central belt of Scotland.
For further information concerning the quoting rents and likely incentives, please contact Bowman Rebecchi.
The units are available to lease on Full Repairing & Insuring Terms. For further information concerning the quoting rents and likely incentives, please contact Bowman Rebecchi.
Scottish Enterprise - Regional Selective Assistance
Regional Selective Assistance is the main discretionary investment grant scheme for businesses in designated areas of Scotland, and Inverclyde is one such area. Companies, whether Scottish owned or headquartered outside Scotland, can apply with Bowman Rebecchi assisting in securing Property Support Scheme grants of potentially up to 30% for qualifying businesses due to Inverclyde being a Tier 2 assisted area.