Provost visits new Business Park launch

Energetica Development Manager James Welsh, Aberdeenshire Provost Jill Webster and Enerfield site developer Andrew Booth outside the development
Energetica Development Manager James Welsh, Aberdeenshire Provost Jill Webster and Enerfield site developer Andrew Booth outside the development

Aberdeenshire Provost Jill Webster visited the launch of a new energy efficient business park recently.

Energy efficient ‘Enerfield Business Park’ was officially launched last Thursday and is set to deliver over 800,000 square feet of commercial development land in the North-east.

The Enerfield Business Park is expected to be completed by December

The Enerfield Business Park is expected to be completed by December

Located half a mile to the north of Foveran, the building has been formed as part of the Energetica programme with the aim of offering high quality business units and storage yards for energy and business sectors across the region.

Site developer, Andrew Booth, who is also The Store owner, Aberdeenshire Provost Jill Webster and Energetica development manager, James Welsh attended the launch.

Andrew Booth, said: “The business park is in an ideal position, with strong transport links. It also offers a great work life balance with a stunning natural environment and local amenities, including schools and housing developments, and only a short drive to the city centre.”

Work started on the first site around six weeks ago which will feature low carbon dependency and sustainable principles and is set for completion by December this year.

Aberdeenshire Provost Jill Webster said: “Aberdeenshire has a lot to offer for businesses looking to locate to the North-east of Scotland and these high-quality units provide the perfect opportunity for businesses of all types and sizes to make the most of the area’s fantastic assets.”

Energetica Development Manager James Welsh added: “This new business development, right in the heart of the Energetica corridor, will support one of the key priorities of our project, to attract high-quality businesses into this area, encouraging greater investment and boosting jobs.”