New Albion Industrial Estate Location

Glasgow is Scotland’s largest city and third largest in the UK, with a resident population in excess of 600,000 people and a catchment area of over 3 million. The city benefits from excellent communication links via the M8 motorway, it links to the M73/M74 motorways providing access to the south and the M80 motorway providing access to the north.

New Albion Industrial Estate is located within the Yoker area of the city, which lies beside Clydebank and is located approximately 6 miles west of Glasgow city centre. Yoker has traditionally been home to many businesses, in particular it played host to numerous ship building yards due to its close proximity to the River Clyde. More recently, the area has been popular with a variety of different industrial uses, including the construction and motor vehicle trades. Such occupiers have found the location ideal to serve the resident population of the north west of Glasgow.

Yoker is also set to benefit from the development of a new £50m bridge over the River Clyde, which will link the town to Renfrew. The plans are being led by Renfrewshire Council and have been welcomed by local residents. The bridge would increase the accessibility to Yoker and provide direct transport links to Glasgow Airport and Braehead Shopping Centre and the new Glasgow South Hospital.



New Albion Estate Location

New Albion Industrial Estate has excellent communication links. It is well sign posted on the A814 Glasgow/Dumbarton Road, which provides direct access to the Estate via either Kelso or Hawick Street.  Thereafter, Halley Street provides two access routes into the park. The A814 also provides easy access to the Clyde Tunnel and Erskine Bridge, which link to the M8 motorway and the national motorway network.

Yoker Train Station is approximately 0.5 miles from the property and provides regular services to both Glasgow Central Station and Glasgow Queen Street Station.

The surrounding area is predominately residential so there is the potential to explore future change of the subject property.