This prominent, mixed-use, roadside development opportunity is situated at the gateway to Queensferry One, offering up to 16 acres
Queensferry One comprises a new strategic development site, set at the entrance to Fife and just to the north of the Forth Road Bridge and the Queensferry Crossing – two key transport links between Fife and Edinburgh. Sits at Juntion 1b M90.
Local DemographicsLocal population within 10 mile radius – 190,000 (2016) Rosyth population – 13,780 (2016) Total workforce within 1 hour drive – 2.25 million Total workforce within 15km – 234,407 Total workforce within 5km – 46,44
Port Activities100 cruise liners per annum Scotland’s only freight ferry service to Europe 24/7 stevedoring support Handles 100,000 tonnes of bulk cargo a year Final assembly of the two Queen Elizabeth-class aircraft carriers
Traffic MovementsM90 two-way daily traffic flow of 64,000 vehicles per day* Buses to Edinburgh depart every 10 minutes. Ferrytoll Park & Ride, Inverkeithing – www.ferrytoll.org – 1,050 car spaces Information on The Forth Bridges – *Department for Transport Traffic Counts 2016 – count point 30851 (AADF)
Petrol Filling Station Motorway Services Drive Thru Restaurant & Coffee Restaurant Hotel Retail & Leisure
Plots of varying sizes are available to purchase, alternatively buildings and be leased on a design & build basis to an occupiers specification. There is a full design team in place to deliver bespoke opportunities.
The property comprises five prime retail units fronting High Street and multi-let parade of seven retail units along New Row. Some accommodation has office space above. The properties benefit from a 46 space surface car park to the rear, accessed via an entrance off Canmore Road.
Located in an excellent trading position at the busy eastern end of the High Street in Dunfermline adjacent to Primark and directly opposite Marks & Spencer and the entrance to Kingsgate Shopping Centre. Other national retailers located on the High Street include Next, Mountain Warehouse and WH Smith.
The subject premises occupy a prominent retail position on New Row, a short distance from both High Street and Kingsgate Shopping Centre, in close proximity to a number of national retailers including M&S, Primark, Costa, Your Move and Bank of Scotland.
Mid Terrace Industrial Unit in Rosyth
The Forties Gateway is strategically located on the northern shore of the Firth of Forth with immediate and direct access to the Forth Road Bridge, A90 and M90. Rosyth is just 4 miles from Dunfermline, which itself is serviced by two railway stations. In addition, Edinburgh City Centre is just a 20 minute drive from the unit, with Glasgow just 45 minutes away. Nearby occupiers include Fujitsu, Collins Tyres and Oceaneering.
The premises comprise a mid-terrace steel portal frame warehouse, beneath a pitched corrugated clad roof incorporating translucent roof panels. Internally the accommodation provides clear span warehouse space together with an office area, kitchen and WCs. The warehouse benefits from all mains services including 3 phase power and fluorescent lighting. There is one up and over roller door and car parking area to the front. Eaves heights are a minimum of 5.95m and a maximum of 7.70m.
The rateable value for the premise is £17,100. Rates payable are £7,968.60 per annum at present. The incoming tenant will need to satisfy themselves with these values from the Scottish Assessors website.
Stand-Alone Industrial Unit in Rosyth Europarc
Forties Gateway is strategically located on the northern shore of the Firth of Forth with immediate and direct access to the Forth Road Bridge, A90 and M90. Nearby occupiers include BEP Industrial Supplies, Forth Ports Plc, Scott Timber, Oceaneering and Babcock International Group Plc. Drive Times: Edinburgh City Centre 20 minutes (13.5 miles) Glasgow City Centre 45 minutes (40 miles)
As far as we are aware, the estate has a mix of uses broadly falling within Use Class 4, 5 & 6. Incoming tenants should satisfy themselves that they have the correct consent in place for their business type and make their own enquiries with Fife Council.
Major manufacturing or distribution unit with secured yard and parking
Pitrevie Business Park is one of the best located industrial estates in East central Scotland and is situated just off the M90 motorway and 5 minutes drive to the new Queensferry Crossing The property is situated on the west side of Pitrevie Way annd other occupiers in the immediate vicinity include FMC Technologies, Fife Group, Llyods Bank, Beatsons Building Supplies, Scottish Ambulance Service, Tool Station, Dinbro, Optos plc, and Sky. The Port of Rosyth is also within 5 minutes' drive and is home to such companies as Babcock International HGroup plc, Oceaneering International, Parsons Peebles and Forth Ports.
A substantial Storage and distribution premises with adjoining two storey office accommodation and staff facilities including canteen, kitchen and two squash courts. Within the main building there is a clear eaves height of 7.8m with dock levellers to the rear and ground level HGV access on the west side under a large canopy. The entire site is fenced and there is extensive car parking on the south side of the office accommodation and concrete hard- standing for HGV circulation surrounding the main part of the building. There is also an HGV was building (External) anf within the building chills and freezers.
Queensferry One is a brand new, international waterside destination offering fully serviced sites for various commercial uses
Within easy reach of the Queensferry Crossing, Queensferry One is ideally situated in Central Scotland for business, accessibility and the supporting workforce for job opportunities, training and lifestyle. Alongside the new, now open, Queensferry Crossing which joins the A90 with the M90 trunk road and connecting Scotland's four major cities via existing motorway networks. Excellent public transport is provided to this extensive development site allowing connectivity between local areas and the main cities of Edinburgh and Glasgow. The adjoining docks provide 3-weekly sailings to Zeebrugge and the close-by Inverkeithing train station is on the main east coast line providing a fast service to and from London and Aberdeen. The locality already has a highly skilled workforce with over 40 years experience in the Energy and Marine sectors. With local training and research facilities available, Fife College and a further 8 universities are within 1 hour's drive providing invaluable support network for local, national and international business. Fife is also one of the most desirable areas in Scotland to live with many local coastal villages and attractions such as Dunfermline Abbey, Crail and St Andrews all within an easy drive.
RSA is a discretionary grant available for business who wish to develop a project in Scotland. Queensferry One sits within a Tier 2 award district (Scotland's highest bracket) with grants available to all business's (SME's medium and large businesses). Further details are available from either of the joint agents or by contacting Scottish Enterprise direct. Scottish Enterprise | www.scottish-enterprise.com | 0300 013 3385 | email@example.com Invest In Fife | www.investinfife.co.uk | 01592 583539 | firstname.lastname@example.org