About Clydebank Buisness Park

ABOUT: Clydebank Business Park

Clydebank Business Park was built on part of the site of the former Singer Sewing Machine factory which closed in 1980. The site was identified as an Enterprise Zone in 1981 and the business park
developed to provide industrial and business accommodation for such uses. It is located centrally within Clydebank, adjacent to the town centre and Clyde Shopping Centre.

Clydebank Business Park is easily accessible by public transport with Singer rail station sitting immediately adjacent to the north, and Clydebank rail station within walking distance to the south. A frequent bus service runs along Kilbowie Road at the eastern entrance to the Business Park, with more services available within walking distance from locations within the town centre.

Road access is also good with Kilbowie Road linking to the A82 and A814 which provide access to the rest of Clydebank and the West Dunbartonshire area, Glasgow City Centre and via the Erskine Bridge and Clyde Tunnel to the wider trunk road network. The Business Park is now predominantly occupied by Business (Use Class 4), General Industry (Use Class 5) and Storage and Distribution (Use Class 6) uses.

Business types range from small local businesses to national and international organisations such as the Clydesdale Bank and Northern Marine. Business units range in size from under 100 sq.m up to 8,000 sq.m.

The Business Park is in multiple ownership, with business units and common areas in different private ownerships.


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