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Wednesday, September 23, 2020

First phase of ABZ Business Park completed

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THE first phase of the new development at ABZ Business Park in Dyce has been completed offering nine units.

ABZ Developments have now announced construction of Phase 2 will commence imminently and see a further six units of 2,500 sq ft built.

Paul Richardson of Ryden, the agent for the development, said: “The premises have been built to a high specification and it is not surprising that we have had such strong interest despite challenging market conditions.

“It is positive news that ABZ Developments Ltd will be pressing ahead with the second phase of the development. We feel confident we will continue to attract the right businesses to this new development at ABZ Business Park.”

Tim Stevenson, of ABZ Developments Ltd, added: “Completing the first phase of this development is an important milestone in our multi let scheme.

“We are delighted to note that we have concluded the letting of three of the initial nine units in recent weeks and are in detailed discussions with other interested parties.

“In light of the positive interest levels we have now instructed our contractor MTM Construction to proceed with the second phase of the development and look forward to its completion in early 2021.”



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