Potential for new jobs in the Kingdom as former City Link building in Glenrothes goes on the market
After nearly a year of lying empty having seen its former occupants go into administration the former City Link depot in Glenrothes is to be given a new lease of life.
The 31,952sq ft industrial unit at Bankhead Roundabout, which saw hundreds of Fife workers made redundant on Christmas Day last year, has been put on the market by property and storage specialist Fife Group in a move the firm says could reverse the hand of fate and create new jobs in the town.
According to managing director John Kilgour, the modern, highly-secure unit at Westwood Park Industrial Estate, whose neighbours include Glendale Plastics Ltd, Stevenson Grantech Advanced Technical Solutions, Regenersis Plc, and Fife Council, has the potential to create a significant number of manufacturing or warehousing jobs, as well as a number of office, administration and professional positions.
He said: “This property really has the potential to come full circle and create hundreds of jobs where, just last year, they were sadly lost.
“It’s not only an impressive standalone, modern industrial unit, but has a large, secure yard and ample space for offices and reception at the front.
“It’s also situated in one of the best located and most modern industrial estates in Fife.
“We’d love to see a Fife company or a UK or overseas firm on the look-out for a Scottish manufacturing base breathe new life into the facility and create a better legacy for the region this Christmas.”
To find out more, contact either Andrew Reilly Associates on 0131 229 9885, or Ryden on 0131 225 6612.