The site comprises a roughly rectangular shape extending to approximately 0.7 Ha (1.75 acres). Access to the site is by means of a dedicated roud running from Falkirk Road with the adjoining house having the right of access over this road.
Cambuslang is arguably the prime industrial location within Greater Glasgow area due to its position on the East side of the city and ease of access to the M74 and the Baillieston Interchange which is the hub for the Scottish Motorway Network.
• Property type: Development Opportunity
• Status: Coming Soon
□ 7 Grade A buildings formerly the home of the historic High School of Glasgow
□ Situated in the Prime West City Centre office core, which continues to evolve and bring additional supply of Grade A office space
□ Highly connected location with all major transport infrastructure within easy reach
  For Sale Development Site 5 Detached Residential Dwellings Consent Currently being Reviewed/Extended Offers in Excess of £165,000 Potential for an Additional Dwelling Subject to Planning
Prestwick lies 30 miles south west of Glasgow and 2 miles north of Ayr and has a population of 15,000. The A79 dissects the town and links via the A78 to the M77/A77 trunk road stretching between Glasgow and Stranraer. Glasgow Prestwick International Airport is adjacent and offers UK and European air links as well as transatlantic and national cargo flights. Both the airport and town are frequent stop stations on the Glasgow to Ayr railway line. Eldo House occupies a corner location at the junction of Monkton Road and Spey Road immediately adjacent to the Glasgow Prestwick Airport operational area. It lies circa 400m north of the A79 roadway and within 3/4 mile of Prestwick town centre and all local amenities. Glasgow Prestwick Airport is seen by South Ayrshire Council as an international gateway for Ayrshire and Scotland and has a major effect upon the Ayrshire economy with potential for future growth. The Council recognise its significance and future potential and want to encourage future growth at the airport, in line with the aims of the Scottish Government.
• Prime roadside position
• 1.15 hectare (2.83 acres) approx.
• Direct frontage to Moorfield roundabout
• 25,000 vehicle movements per day
• At junction of A71 and B7064
• Close to Premier Inn, Brewers Fayre and the Fisher Grange Housing Development
• Established Filling Station • Pumps let to Certas Energy UK Ltd • Upgraded Tanks & Pumps • 24-hour Fuel • Un-manned Card Payment • Vacant Retail Unit • Prominent High Street Location • Near to M74 (Junction 15) • Tourist Route to Edinburgh
                    TO LET / MAY SELL - Modern Food Factory - Refurbished & Repanelled in 2010 - Cold Store Added in 2010 - Over 900 Pallet Capacity - Suited For Chilled & Frozen Produce - Large Surfaced Parking / Loading Area - Room To Expand At Rear - On-Site Pre-Treatment Plant - Easy Access To A75 - 28 Miles from Cairnryan Ferry Terminal - Non-Food Use & Sub-Division May Be Considered
Jillian McCulloch joined Bell Ingram Ayr as an Estate Agent in March 2018. With over 15 years’ experience running her own property business, Ayr Professional, Jillian brings a wealth of expertise to Bell Ingram and is committed to growing Bell Ingram’s agency presence in the area. Jillian is also qualified to survey homes and will bring across a wide-ranging property portfolio with her to the new role and will work alongside Lauren Howie to further develop the agency business in Ayr.
A modern clear span seven bay commercial building of conventional steel frame construction clad in insulated composite box profile panels, occupying a sizeable site. The ground to the west of the building has been landscaped providing an area of planting and separate tarmacadam surfaced staff and visitor car parks. To the south there is a tarmacadam surfaced yard and to the east there is a yard/expansion ground.
The premises were purposely built and subsequently owner occupied in mid 1980s and more recently extensively modernised and subsequently extended to form a licensed snooker venue and latterly used for storage.
The site comprises a rectangular shaped field extending to approximately 25 acres (10.1 hectares) in the heart of St Cyrus. The site benefits from a fully adopted Masterplan setting out the criteria for development to include retail and employment land.
The available accommodation comprises a modern, detached office building arranged over ground and first floors and benefits from a sizeable two storey rear extension. The building is of steel frame construction with solid concrete floors and there is profile metal cladding to the walls and roof. Externally, there is dedicated car parking for approximately 33 vehicles (including 2 disabled spaces).
The property is immediately opposite Asda and Dobbies and within walking distance of the BP/M&S Food petrol station and the Dalgety Bay railway station on the Fife Circle, Edinburgh and Aberdeen lines.
The property comprises a large single storey former health clinic. Main access to the property is via double door entrance which opens into a large reception and waiting area. The building is internally partitioned in a cellular layout.