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Doing Business


With a growing population Inverness has all the characteristics of a successful city.


A connected city: Inverness airport services a variety of national and international destinations. Regular train services connect the city with the rest of the UK including London. A £146m investment in Superfast Broadband access enhances the city’s ability to do business across the world.


A visitors’ city: The city is a gateway to many of Scotland’s major tourism destinations including historic castles, championship golf courses, spectacular mountain scenery and legendary Loch Ness. High quality cultural venues, shops and restaurants complement a vibrant cultural scene.


A knowledge city: Inverness encourages and supports the development of high performing research and educational institutions alongside high value sectors. The city also has a well educated and qualifi ed labour pool that possess the skills relevant to business.


An ambitious city: Signifi cant investment will be made over fi ve years to realise the vision of the Inverness City Investment Plan. This includes strengthening the commercial heart of the city and enhancing digital and physical connectivity.


For further information please visit: www.enterprisinghighland.com


Inverness Campus


With £100m already invested Inverness Campus is one of Scotland’s most innovative new projects. Developed by Highlands and Islands Enterprise and other key partners it is a high quality environment for business, research and academia to rival the best in Europe. The 35 hectare fi rst phase of the Campus opened in May 2015 and off ers 17 fully serviced plots for investment and excellent opportunities for tenants. Part of the site has been designated a Life Sciences Enterprise Area by the Scottish Government, allowing a swifter planning process and greater incentives for companies wishing to locate their business here.


For further information on the Campus please visit: www.invernesscampus.co.uk Inverness Airport


Business Park A premium commercial property development located beside the North of Scotland’s main transport hub with excellent air, road and rail links.


Inverness Airport Business Park (IABP) is a planning approved and master planned mixed-use development with 620-acres of land available for occupancy across the Phase 1, Hotel & Airside zones. For more information please visit: www.iabp.co.uk


Contact Details


Stuart Black Director of Development and Infrastructure, The Highland Council, Glenurquhart Road, Inverness, Scotland, United Kingdom IV3 5NX


Phone: +44 (0)1463 702251 Email: Stuart.Black@highland.gov.uk


Kenny MacInnes Principal Economy Offi cer, The Highland Council, Glenurquhart Road, Inverness, Scotland, United Kingdom IV3 5NX


Phone: +44 (0)1463 702553 Email: Kenny.MacInnes@highland.gov.uk


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