Council Hails Investment.
Aberdeen City Council Leader Barney Crockett today (July 26) hailed the start of work on the multi-million pound Prime Four business park on the outskirts of the city.
Councillor Crockett heralded the start of work on Phase 1 of the Prime Four business park at Kingswells, which comprises 350,000 sq ft of state-of-the-art office complexes and global training facilities for oil and gas operators.
Work is expected to be completed by September 2013 with developers Drum Property Group also committing £7 million to a series of road improvements in the surrounding area.
Councillor Crockett said:
“Boosting economic growth is one of our top priorities and work starting today on Prime Four highlights our long-term commitment to schemes such as this.
We recognise how important this partnership is and greatly welcome this fresh investment. It demonstrates our commitment to making Aberdeen an outstanding place to live, invest and bring up families. It is good to see that despite global economic concerns business is still strong in Europe’s energy capital.”