Irvine’s refurbished Bridgegate was officially opened today, marking the completion of a £2.2m project to transform the town centre.
Multi-million pound funding has been secured to help push forward key development projects in Irvine Bay and the wider North Ayrshire area.
Local businesses in Irvine Bay are being given an opportunity to explore the benefits regeneration work is bringing to the area – and of the special incentives available through i3, Irvine’s Enterprise Area.
This Scotsman Conference which explores current developments in the life sciences sector in Scotland is sponsored by Irvine Bay Regeneration Company.
Units ranging from 1,000 sq ft to 6,000 sq ft will be available from mid 2014. Buildings can be finished to tenants' or purchasers' specifications. Annickbank will be one of Scotland's greenest business parks. Enterprise Area benefits available.Download the PDF
Major regeneration work to transform Irvine's Bridgegate is now complete.
Our recent Life Sciences seminar was hosted by Irvine Bay and GlaxoSmithKline
The new artwork has been installed at the Bridgegate.
Guest blogger John Swinney explains the rationale behind Scotland's Enterprise Areas and explores some of the benefits for jobs and investment.
The first Irvine Bay Regeneration Company Life Sciences seminar is hosted in association with GlaxoSmithKline. It takes place on Monday 28th October 0213 at the IET Teacher building in central Glasgow
Our target at Irvine Bay is now to assist in the creation of more jobs for the area.
See the transformation of the Bridgegate as we celebrated its completion in November.
Watch this video and hear industry views on how we exploit the life sciences opportunity.
Ardrossan Medical Centre - find out how important this project is for the town.
The Trinity Mirror is now in place at the Bridgegate.
Watch our short film on why Irvine Bay is an enterprising area for business!