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Landmark location set to make Perth business park city’s top choice

Glasgow, 6 March 2013
- Five serviced development plots at a business park alongside one of Scotland’s arterial routes have become available for development.

The sites at Broxden Business Park, Perth, are being brought to the market by Jones Lang LaSalle on behalf of Perth and Kinross Council.

The five plots, which range from 0.334 to 2.308 acres, are suitable for Class 4 ‘Business’ and ancillary uses complementary to the to the function of the business park. Current occupiers already within Broxden Business Park include the Scottish Government Environment and Rural Affairs Department, Lloyds Banking Group, Waterman Group, Gillespie Macandrew solicitors, Balhousie Care Group, Scotland Transerv and NHS Tayside’s Integrated Dental Treatment and Training Centre.

Broxden Business Park is located off the Broxden Roundabout, just a five-minute drive from Perth city centre and with excellent links to Scotland’s motorway network including A9, M90 and A90. Ninety per cent of Scotland’s population can be reached in a 90-minute drive from the site, with Perth situated an hour from Edinburgh and Glasgow and within easy reach of both cities’ airports.

The park is located within walking distance of the Broxden Park and Ride site as well as convenient bus services to the city centre and its rail station.

Broxden Business Park was identified within the Perth Area Local Plan as a proposed business location for offices, high technology and compatible uses. Five serviced development plots are available, sized 0.33, 0.60, 1.45, 1.67 and 2.32 acres (0.14, 0.24, 0.59, 0.68 and 0.93 hectares).

Nina Stobie, at Jones Lang LaSalle, said: “The Broxden sites present significant opportunities for developers to gain a foothold in a landmark location in central Scotland.

“Unrivalled accessibility is one of the key drivers which has already attracted high quality occupiers to the park.

“Because the five development plots are suitable for both business and ancillary functions, there has already been considerable interest from several organisations. McDonalds, Travelodge, Harvester and Esso are all situated within walking distance at the nearby Broxden Services. 

“Broxden offers superb access to sites across central Scotland, including Stirling, Edinburgh and Glasgow. Perth itself has a resident population of 45,000, and became Scotland’s newest city in 2012.

“The Broxden site is one of the most prominent and prestigious business locations within the city, and we expect continued interest to be high.”