Aberdeen & Grampian Chamber confirms office move

Posted on by John Cronin

Aberdeen & Grampian Chamber of Commerce (AGCC) has confirmed that it is to relocate to new offices, having agreed to a pre-let at a new build scheme in Aberdeen.

AGCC is to relocate to new office accommodation at Aberdeen Energy and Innovations Parks. AGCC has agreed a pre-let on 4,780 sq ft of floor space at The Hub (artists impression pictured) which is scheduled for completion in summer 2012. AGCC is to relocate from slightly large offices nearby and expects to see only a marginal rise in accommodation costs.

The Hub is a low-carbon, 13,500 sq ft building that is expected to achieve a BREEAM rating of ‘Very Good’. The two-storey building will offer Grade A office space along with approximately 2,000 sq ft of ground floor space suitable for exhibitions. The speculative scheme is being constructed at the Aberdeen Energy Park, which is the sister site to the Aberdeen Innovation Park.

The Hub is part of a joint venture between Scottish Enterprise and Buccleuch Property. Formed in July, 2010 the joint venture aims to invest £10m in the business parks, with several of the nine multi-let buildings being targeted for refurbishment. The two parks are a key component of the ambitious Energetica project which aims to create a world-class, mixed-use development zone north of Aberdeen.

Aberdeen Energy and Innovation Parks offers a range of accommodation with office suites available from 250 sq ft and serviced office facilities are available. Quoted rental prices are in the range £12.75 per sq ft to £20 per sq ft. Marketing agents are CB Richard Ellis.


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