Kildean Business Park
- Grade A Office Space
- 3.4 million catchment area
- Stirling and Clackmannanshire City Region Deal backing
- all buildings will be designed to a minimum BREEAM of ‘Excellent’ will achieve a minimum EPC rating of ‘B’ and will incorporate the following principal design features.
Reputed to be the best place to start a business in Scotland, Stirling is in the top ten best locations across the UK, and has been voted Scotland’s happiest place to live. All very good reasons to invest in Stirling – but there’s more!
Kildean Business Park, one of Scotland’s newest and greenest business parks, is one of Stirling’s key strategic development sites, with its delivery backed by infrastructure funding from Stirling Council and the Stirling and Clackmannanshire City Region Deal.
Comprising 15.78 hectares (39 acres), Kildean Business Park is a significant new business park capable of delivering more than 37,160 sq m (400,000 sq ft) of Grade A high-quality business space with ancillary uses. The park’s entrance will be the focal point for its mix of ancillary uses, comprising valuable retail, leisure, and hotel offerings, the range of which will mean that Kildean Business Park will support around 3,948 employees across its estate.
Kildean Business Park is adjacent to the highly successful 26,500 sq m (86,842 sq ft) Castle Business Park, Castleview Park & Ride – Stirling’s low carbon transport hub, as well as junction 10 of the M9 motorway. It is located in a beautiful riverside setting and offers spectacular views of nearby Stirling Castle and the National Wallace Monument.
The Stirling area offers an enviable lifestyle, featuring the best of rural and city living as well as some of the finest built and natural heritage in Scotland. Its innovative digital district sits comfortably in the medieval old town, while the city centre boasts a thriving café culture and a vibrant and contemporary arts and cultural scene.
Delivered by Stirling Development Agency (SDA), Kildean Business Park is a 50:50 joint venture partnership between Stirling Council and real estate investor and fund manager, Cromwell Property Group.