Two major projects led by Irvine Bay Regeneration Company have been shortlisted as finalists in the prestigious Scottish Property Awards.
The outstanding astrophysicist, Professor Dame Jocelyn Bell Burnell, will deliver her first public engagement as President of the Royal Society of Edinburgh, at Irvine Royal Academy as part of the Talk Science @ Irvine Bay programme.
Irvine’s Enterprise Area – i3 – continues to grow and provide jobs and opportunities for the people of Irvine Bay and the wider North Ayrshire area.
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
Irvine’s Enterprise Area – i3 – continues to grow and provide jobs and opportunities for the people...
Find out about the opportunities of the Enterprise Area and the potential of the life sciences secto...
Margaret Burgess, Scottish Government's Minister for Housing, visits Annickbank Innovation Campus wh...
Irvine Bay has a strong proposition that can help the life sciences sector develop and meet its goals.
Statistics gathered together for our recent Annual Public Meeting help to tell the story of regeneration here at Irvine Bay.
Over the last few days at Irvine Bay we have been living in a whirlwind of activity. The Scottish Government’s decision to hold their Cabinet meeting in Irvine on Tuesday meant several major announcements and a strong focus on i3, Irvine's Enterprise Area
Watch our film about the potential of life sciences for jobs and investment in Irvine Bay.
Work continues apace at i3, creating innovative space for new businesses to grow.
Fergus Ewing, MSP visited i3. Watch this video and hear what he thought.
Booth Welsh have moved in to bigger premises in i3, Irvine's Enterprise area.
Watch this video and hear industry views on how we exploit the life sciences opportunity.