Clyde Gateway, Scotland’s largest development and investment opportunity, has set up a new Location Advisory team to support businesses looking to find a home in the area.
Led by Executive Director, Martin McKay, a new team will provide property, development and business support, advising businesses on the key factors that can make a big difference their performance, such as local labour availability, cost, business environment, regulation and availability of supply chain.
Martin McKay will be joined by experienced project managers from across Clyde Gateway including Lisa Miller (communications), Amy Wimpenny (development), Clare Ferry (business support) and John Jackson (property).
To date, Clyde Gateway has attracted more than £1.5bn of investment, supported over 2,800 businesses and helped to bring over 6,000 jobs to the area. Some of the business and organisations now invested in Clyde Gateway include, Aberdeen Standard Investments, Made Brave, SPIE, Robertson Group, Torishima and Trans Canada Turbines.
Martin McKay said: “Clyde Gateway has carved out a solid reputation as ‘the place’ where people can live and work and businesses can thrive. Setting up this dedicated Location Advisory team allows us to shine a brighter spotlight on this area and offer an enhanced cross-discipline resource to businesses – allowing them to supercharge their success here.”