Planning permission is already in place for a 63500 sq ft office on the 2.5 acre site. However, we are also obtaining permission for an alternative mixed-use development that includes a drive-through restaurant, leisure, retail and trade counter.

Skypoint development car park view Hareness road aberdeen

Good connections

Nearby bus and rail stations provide excellent transport links to the main city centre. Aberdeen train station is 9 minutes by car, with the City Airport around 30 minutes away. The development has space for 225 car parking spaces.

In good company

The SKYpoint development is in distinguished company in Aberdeen with the surrounding area being home to a range of thriving multinational businesses. These include Shell, Wood Group, BMW, Total, Bureau Veritas and AMEC.

Skypoint development car park view Hareness road aberdeen

 

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