Choosing a location for your business can be difficult but North Lanarkshire has become increasingly popular over the last few years and with good reason. Cumbernauld is the largest town in the area and in the last few years there has been a huge surge in business activity in the area. UK Headquarters for companies such as OKI and Yaskawa Electronics are based in town and the world headquarters of A.G. Barr makers of Irn-Bru are also based in the area.
This is just a small example of the companies who are already reaping the benefits of being based in Cumbernauld and North Lanarkshire in general. The area’s reputation for business means it is regularly attracting investors, with huge opportunity for property development and the growth of the already blossoming business and commerce sector in the area.
The proximity to Glasgow, with Edinburgh also not far away, means businesses and properties in North Lanarkshire are excellently located for visitors to Scotland. The area is being redeveloped in a way which ensures there is something for business owners, residents and visitors. Housing units are being built alongside a huge amount of new business space and the reduction of vacant land, giving new enterprises even more opportunity.
The property development North Lanarkshire is open to allows for many different types of investor and developer to explore and find a space which suits their needs. Business parks are expanding, business zones are being developed and there is also a focus on ensuring the town centres in the area are free of gaps and vacant space. All of these elements come together making the region an attractive investment prospect for both experienced and new property developers.
The surge in interest in North Lanarkshire, notably in the larger towns such as Cumbernauld, is a sure sign of things to come. Regeneration remains very much on the agenda and the public and private sector are working together to give the area new life and show off just how good it can be for business and living.