6 reasons to invest in Inverclyde
Enjoy An Ideal Location
Be at the heart of business and leisure - Inverclyde provides fantastic transport links to Glasgow city centre, Glasgow International Airport and Greenock Ocean Terminal. Greenock has been voted by HBOS Glasgow’s ‘most affordable commuter town’. We’re also the gateway to the wonderful natural beauty of Argyll and The Trossachs.
Save On Property Costs
Office and industrial space is available to lease in Inverclyde from only £4-15 per sq ft – a 60% saving on your average city centre prices! Business rates, too, are just a quarter of city centre rates. This means substantial operational savings that you can reinvest straight back into your business.
Access A Skilled Workforce
Inverclyde is a renowned recruitment hub, with direct access right across west and central Scotland to a talented workforce with a wealth and variety of skills. Being based in Inverclyde means you can meet all of your recruitment needs, from sourcing new staff and senior managers to accessing modern apprenticeship opportunities, all of which ri can support you with.
Make Yourself At Home
Inverclyde boasts one of the most modern, high-quality and affordable housing stocks in the whole of the UK. Whatever your needs, we can provide a range of home options thanks to our ongoing programme of new residential and social housing developments right across Inverclyde.
Enjoy the Best Education
You, your family and your business can all benefit from Inverclyde Council’s £270 million investment to develop outstanding educational facilities for future generations. Inverclyde also offers Further and Higher Education opportunities at Greenock’s West College Scotland campus and nearby University of the West of Scotland.
Mix Business and Pleasure
Inverclyde attracts more than 575,000 visitors every year – 100,000 from cruise liners. As well as enjoying spectacular scenery, superb sporting and leisure facilities and a variety of fun family events throughout the year, visitors and residents can experience boats first-hand, thanks to the P1 Scottish Grand Prix of the Sea and Scotland’s Boat Show.