Fusion Assets is delighted to announce the letting of the last remaining office suite at Enterprise House, Drumpellier Business Park, near Coatbridge. Glenallachie Distrillers Company has taken a lease on an additional 1,800 sqft unit in order to fulfil their growth plans. Glenallachie were the first tenants to move into Enterprise House when it was completed. The company have gone on to be hugely successful, being named as Whiskey Distillery of the Year in 2019 at the inaugural Scottish Whiskey Awards. ... Read more
Fusion Assets has received detailed planning permission for the next phase of development on its site at Link Park, Newhouse. The planning approval is for two new industrial buildings of 15,000 sqft and 20,000 sqft with dedicated yards. The plot of land overlooks the M8 motorway at Newhouse Industrial Estate on a brownfield site next to the Co-Op Distribution Facility.
Work is scheduled to begin in April 2020 on a package of enabling infrastructure to extend the access road into the site ... Read more
Fusion Assets is delighted to announce the sale of its completed development at Western Campus, Strathclyde Business Park, to Stenprop Ltd – a UK listed property investment company.
Western Campus was developed through a joint venture with Glasgow based CBC with loan finance provided through SPRUCE – the urban regeneration fund established by the Scottish Government and European Investment Bank.
The scheme was completed in 2016 and comprises a multi-let industrial estate of 13 units totalling 44,000 sqft with a range of national ... Read more
Fusion Assets doesn’t just concentrate on industrial parks and commercial properties in North Lanarkshire. In keeping with our goals to aid regeneration throughout the region, we look at all suitable opportunities to improve the physical and economic environment. This is fundamental to Fusion Assets’ goals, goals we continually measure:
“We will focus on commercial development projects that tackle areas of market failure and can operate across any sector: commercial, residential, retail and mixed use.
We will help to create sustainable regeneration and long-term economic benefits through our focussed development activity ... Read more
There is a common misconception that with the passing of many traditional heavy industries such as coal mining, shipbuilding and steelmaking, we had moved on into a new post industrial economy. In truth, the process of deindustrialisation and economic regeneration continues, and there is a constant and relentless churn of company expansion and new job creation versus factory closures and job losses.
In some instances we have seen towns and cities lose the very companies that were attracted in to replace the ... Read more