LOOKING FOR COMMERCIAL PROPERTY IN INVERCLYDE

GOUROCK MUNICIPAL BUILDINGS RENOVATION COMPLETE

RETURN OF P1 SCOTTISH GRAND PRIX OF THE SEA IN 2017

ri CELEBRATES AWARDS SUCCESS

PORT GLASGOW TRAIN STATION MURAL UNVEILED

A few words about ri


Riverside Inverclyde (ri) is an Urban Regeneration Company limited by guarantee, with charitable status and two member organisations : Inverclyde Council and Scottish Enterprise. A property holding subsidiary was created – ri (Property Holdings) Ltd – to develop and implement commercial property projects within the operating area of ri as defined in its Memorandum and Articles of Association. ri (Property Holdings) Ltd is limited by shares with the level of both authorised and issued share capital set at £100. In 2008/09, a Limited Liability Partnership – James Watt Dock LLP - was entered into with Peel Holdings Ltd to oversee the redevelopment of James Watt Dock.

 As a public/private partnership, ri has been designed to secure the long-term economic growth of Inverclyde. It has a twin-track approach of “going for growth” through the exploitation of existing and new opportunities and “spreading the benefits of growth” to the local resident and business communities. Specifically ri is focussed on addressing a single strategic objective: “to advance economic growth through the exploitation of opportunity for the benefit of the business and residential community of Inverclyde. In March 2016, in partnership with Inverclyde Council, ri embarked on the Inverclyde Economic Development & Regeneration Single Operating Plan 2016-19  with the ambition of creating, attracting and safeguarding more and better jobs in Inverclyde as the key element in the ongoing physical, economic and social regeneration of the area.

Property Availability


From £5.50 per sq ft plus s/c & VAT

Completed in 2015, Kelburn Business Park lies at the eastern entrance to Port Glasgow, occupying a highly prominent position fronting the A8 dual carriageway and benefitting from fantastic views over the estuary of the River Clyde.

From £325 per month + VAT (Semi-Serviced)

Gourock Municipal Buildings is a £600k renovation of old Inverclyde Council offices into modern office accommodation. The business centre will provide tenants with a comfortable modern professional working environment. GMB is ideally located in the award winning Gourock Town Centre, only 35 minutes via the adjoining M8 motorway from Glasgow City Centre and 25 minutes from Glasgow Airport.

From £650 per month plus s/c, utilities & VAT

Custom House is a stunning redevelopment located in Custom House Quay, adjacent to the £9m Beacons Arts Centre development overlooking the River Clyde estuary. A Grade A listed building in the centre of Greenock, Custom House is flanked on one side by the River Clyde and on another by the arterial A8 dual carriageway to Glasgow.

Growth Sectors


Scottish Renewables

We host a small range of companies within the sector and are targeting further growth with outstanding facilities

Tourism

Inverclyde is the marine leisure capital of Scotland, with 100,000+ visitors p.a. from cruises and great family adventures

Marine/Engineering/Tech

Proud of our manufacturing heritage, we host the last remaining ship builder on the lower Clyde and a range of tech services

Food and Drink

Inverclyde hosts a modest number of manufacturers with targeted growth to attract more given our facilities and export potential via Greenock Port Terminus.

Financial/Customer Service

A number of corporate and national companies have placed their customer contact centres here, utilising the friendliness and skills of Inverclyders.

Life Sciences

Inverclyde is well placed to support this sector being 25 miles from Glasgow Universities and 35 miles from the Irvine Bay Life Sciences Park.