Michelin Scotland Innovation Parc to be transformed
The Michelin Scotland Innovation Parc stopped producing tyres at its factory in Dundee with the start of the COVID19 pandemic lockdown in March.
Now, the intention is to redevelop the facility, which is a 65,000 sq m factory on a 32-hectare site.
The premises will include an innovation campus, a skills academy, business support, green energy sources and a café and gym as part of a recreation hub.
This is a joint venture between Dundee City Council, Michelin, and Scottish Enterprise.
Colin Mcilraith, chief operating officer of Michelin Scotland Innovation Parc, said: “The appointment of Ryden and Westport Property as MSIP’s marketing and leasing advisors marks another key milestone in progressing our world class Innovation Parc in Dundee.
“The accommodation at MSIP is a competitive proposition to potential tenants, and by having Ryden and Westport Property on board, we have the right team alongside us to market the Innovation Parc locally and globally, to attract the right companies to locate here.
“The buildings are just one part of the offer to businesses, alongside business and skills support, collaboration opportunities and access to a large network of industry and academia. We have a strong market offer, and I am confident that Ryden and Westport Properties will support us to achieve success.”
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