Industrial Unit with prominent road side location
Rosyth is approximately 4 miles South of Dunfermline and 1 mile North West of the new Queensferry Crossing. The property benefits from a prominent road side location fronting onto Barham Road, Rosyth Europarc’s main thoroughfare. The property is ideally located providing easy access to all areas of Fife via a dedicated slip road on to the M90 motorway which links the central belt to the North of Scotland. Edinburgh International Airport and Edinburgh City Centre are respectively 15 and 20 minutes by road. Inverkeithing Railway Station and Rosyth Railway Station are 5 minutes’ drive and provide a link to Edinburgh, Glasgow, Aberdeen and Dundee via the national rail network. The roll on/roll off ferry terminal is located at the waterfront immediately to the south. This terminal acts as a hub for European freight and provides links to Northern Europe and beyond.
The premises comprise a stand alone single story industrial / warehouse premises with yard/parking. The building is of steel frame construction with profiled metal sheeting under a pitched and clad roof. Vehicular access is provided via a manual roller shutter to the front elevation with separate pedestrian access also provided. Internally the premises have been arranged to provide open plan industrial / warehouse accommodation which benefits from a concrete floor and minimum eaves height of 4 meters. Lighting is provided via translucent roof panels which are supplemented by fluorescent strip light filaments.
Unit 3 Secure site & 24 hour CCTV Road Frontage Trade Industrial Yard Offices available Very close to both town centre
Very close to both town centre and A92
TO LET – INDUSTRIAL PREMISES WITH OFFICES (TO BE REFURBISHED)
Belleknowes Industrial Estate is one of the best located industrial locations in Fife being only half a mile from the Forth Road Bridge and the new Queensferry Crossing, due for completion in September/October 2017. The estate is situated on Junction 1 of the M90 and accessibility to the major cities in Scotland would be difficult to beat. The nearest railway station is at Inverkeithing which is within walking distance and provides direct service to Dunfermline and Edinburgh and is also situated on the main east coast line. Edinburgh Airport is approximately 8 miles (20 minutes) drive away and the centre of Edinburgh is less than 30 minutes. The Port of Rosyth is 2 miles to the south west and provides a ferry service to continental Europe.
The accommodation provides quality industrial accommodation with reception facilities and offices to the front. The building is of steel portal frame construction with insulated wall and roof cladding. The roof is inset with translucent panels which provides a good level of natural light internally and this is supported by windows in the rear elevation. The office accommodation is at the front of the premises and is generally well specified and will be redecorated as part of the refurbishment programme. For a timetable for the refurbishment works and specification, please do not hesitate to contact the agents noted below. The minimum eaves height is 6m and the roller shutter doors at the back are 4.5m wide x 5m high.
The property is available on terms to be agreed. For further details please contact the marketing agents noted below. VAT will apply on all costs related to the leasing of the unit.
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