Prestwick International Aerospace Park
Occupying a strategic site adjacent to Glasgow Prestwick International Airport, Prestwick International Aerospace Park is a 34 hectare site capable of accommodating up to 70,000 square meters of commercial property within a high quality, superbly located and landscaped environment.
Prestwick has a competitive advantage for aerospace due to its world class reputation for maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO), aero structures and design engineering. The Aerospace Park can cater for a variety of commercial developments, from medium sized offices to large scale industrial units.
The low density, campus style development, within a high-quality landscaped setting, is the ideal environment for innovation offering the necessary flexibility for companies operating across the aerospace industry to grow and expand or simply relocate.
With a longstanding association to the Aerospace industry, Prestwick International Aerospace Park is situated within an Assisted Area Status zone - ensuring that it qualifies for Regional Selective Assistance grant funding,
The Goodrich Corporation was the first occupier on the site, constructing a new 250,000 sq ft Service Centre and they have recently been followed by Veracity UK Ltd and Tannlin UK Ltd, who have leased new business space constructed by Scottish Enterprise.
Two units, each totalling 5,578 sq ft are still available to lease, as well a number of development plots.
Viewings and enquiries
For further information, or to arrange an appointment to view, please contact John Fish from the Scottish Enterprise Business Infrastructure Team on 01563 545 051 or by email via email@example.com.
Advanced Forming Research Centre
The Advanced Forming Research Centre (AFRC) is a collaborative venture between the University of Strathclyde, Scottish Enterprise, the Scottish Government and leading multinational engineering firms including Rolls-Royce and Boeing.
AFRC will develop forming and forging technologies to support the design and manufacture of new products, including components and structures for aircraft wings and body parts, engines, cars, ships, medical devices, power generation and wind turbines.
The Centre carries out programmes of core research in collaboration with its industrial members, as well as further research commissioned by companies around the globe. The research work performed at the AFRC will include developing blue-sky products to lay the foundations of future forming and forging technology, as well as troubleshooting established industrial processes.
For all general enquiries or if you would like more information on the AFRC please contact University of Strathclyde firstname.lastname@example.org