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Goodman submit Dyce business park plan

April 17 2014

Goodman submit Dyce business park plan
Business park specialists Goodman have submitted plans for the creation of three new office buildings in Dyce, providing over 100,000sq/ft of floor space between them.

If approved work on City North Aberdeen could begin as early as this summer following the demolition of a disused multi-storey car park and health centre on what was once BP’s North Sea operations centre.

Conceived by Keppie the scheme would be the final piece in the jigsaw of the regeneration of the 30 acre site since the oil major moved into a new custom built HQ on the site.

Niall McGilp, regional development director for Goodman in Scotland, commented: “Strong demand for office space in Aberdeen continues to be constrained by a lack of supply and this speculative build would, if approved, create accommodation for more than 1,000 people.”

The scheme is already in receipt of planning permission in principle and follows on from the delivery of 161 new homes.

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