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.
Retail/Leisure units in the heart of Edinburgh's Exchange District
Edinburgh is the capital city of Scotland and is a major administrative centre housing the Scottish Parliament, Scottish Government and the Judiciary system. The city is ranked as the UK's 2nd largest financial centre and the 6th largest in Europe. It has a resident population of approximately 450,000 of which 290,000 are of working age and a catchment of 780,000. Conference Square is located within the centre of the Exchange District (amongst 1.5m sq.ft. of offices) and is home to world class occupiers including Llyods Banking Group, Aberdeen Standard Investments, Amazon, EY, PWC, Moodys, Solarwinds and Brewin Dolphin as well as a host of other professional, financial and tech companies. Amazon have recently take 30,000sqft of offices within the same building. The units also benefit from being directly adjacent to the renowned Edinburgh International Conference Centre (EICC), which has been expanded to provide a world class conference destination. Conference Square provides a public area to be enjoyed by the local business community, residents and visitors to the city. The character of the vicinity has been enhanced by the major extension to the 5* Sheraton Hotel, Pure Gym (24 hour), Brewdog, All Bar One and Hot Yoga.
The subjects benefit from a Class 3 consent for use as a coffee shop/retail unit, however other uses will be considered, subject to planning.