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Kier Delivers New Premises At Sandbank Business Park

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A new business premises has been completed at business park in Argyll and Bute.

Kier Construction built the 724 sq m development at Sandbank Business Park in Dunoon.

Developed in partnership with Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE), the facility is designed to attract businesses.

HIE stated the premises are particularly suited to growing companies specialising in IT, finance and business services, while part of the development would work well for light manufacturing and similar uses.


Douglas Cowan, HIE area manager for Argyll and the Islands, said: "The new facility at Sandbank has been designed to be flexible and accommodate the needs of different types of businesses. There is also scope for further expansion if required."

Brian McQuade, MD of Kier Construction's Scotland and north-east England business, added: "We worked closely with Highlands and Islands Enterprise to ensure the successful completion of this custom-built new business facility, which is set to attract a raft of new investment and enterprise to the area."

HIE has invested nearly £2m in the new facility, including £786,000 from the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF).

It is capable of hosting up to 46 employees and can be used as five individual units or fewer larger units according to demand.


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