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Skypark’s Azure building secures planning consent

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January 24 2014

Skypark’s Azure building secures planning consent
Sheppard Robson Architects have received planning consent from Glasgow City Council to build a 135,000sq/ft office development at the Skypark business park, although construction will not start without a ‘substantial’ pre-let.

Financed by Moorfield Group and Resonance Capital the& £45m Azure Building would be built on top of a landscaped terrace and will take advantage of cheaper land to undercut city centre rents.

Commenting on the consent Moorfield's Mark Holmes said: “We are pleased to announce that the Azure Building, now has planning consent - a green light in the evolution of Skypark.

“The Building allows us to offer top-quality, Grade A space at competitive rents, in an emerging district that is adjacent to the city centre.”

Resonance Capital director Ken Barrett added: “We are currently marketing for a pre-let and work will commence on our achieving a substantial pre-let for the building.”

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