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and industrial spaces; development land; a skilled and varied workforce; excellent digital and transportation connectivity and a great quality of life. Fife is strengthening its position on the


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world stage for renewables. The Offshore Renewable Energy (ORE) Catapult has acquired the 7MW offshore wind turbine, located off the coast of the Energy Park. The turbine becomes the world’s most


advanced, open access, offshore wind turbine dedicated to research, and offers opportunities for considerable training and development of skills vital for the future of the offshore wind industry. ORE Catapult Levenmouth project


team have leased an office at Fife Renewables Innovation Centre (FRIC) based in Energy Park Fife. FRIC is a modern and dynamic commercial property, known as a hub for innovation and creativity in Scotland’s Renewables Sector. Combining state-of-the-art business facilities and the latest in sustainable design, this landmark development is the ideal home for any business involved in the renewables industry. Office units from 205 to 2217 sq ft available for rent now, FRIC also has modern hot-desking, conference and event


ife offers everything you need to start or grow your business – quality office


facilities, contact www.fiferenewablesinnovationcentre.co.uk ORE Catapult is working with Fife


Council and local educational bodies on the development of world-leading skills and training programmes in renewable technologies that will support the development of Levenmouth as a global centre of excellence in offshore wind. Also based at Energy Park Fife, the


ground-breaking Levenmouth Community Energy Project (LCEP) is on track to establish one of Europe’s largest fleets of hydrogen-powered vehicles after the scheme’s lead partner announced the order of 15 eco-friendly vehicles. Bright Green Hydrogen has invested in


10 Renault HyKangoo vans from Symbio FCell and 5 Ford Transits on behalf of the project and its partners, Fife Council and Toshiba. In addition to the hydrogen fleet, two refuse collection vehicles (RCV) will become world firsts. Invest in Fife has a proven track record


of helping investors bring their projects to Fife as well as helping Fife-based companies with their local expansion plans, if you would like any other information about the World Leading projects in Fife, please contact: enquiries@investinfife.co.uk


LIVINGSTON PROJECT


agents on a new industrial development at Houstoun Industrial Estate in Livingston. The site extends to 3.2 acres and has


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planning consent for up to 80,000 sq.ft of manufacturing, industrial or distribution accommodation. It is located at Houstoun Interchange, a prime location for companies looking to locate in close proximity to junction 3 of the M8 motorway with the ability to service Edinburgh, Glasgow and beyond. Mike Walker, Development Director


at Chancerygate, commented: “Improving levels of demand are creating a more conducive environment for design-and- build opportunities and we are now looking to progress this project to meet occupier requirements.” Bryce Stewart, Director, Industrial &


Logistics with Colliers International, commented: “A number of well-known national companies have already located to the locality, including Screwfix, Tile Giant and VP Hire Centres.” JLL’s Kirsty Palmer added:


“Chancerygate has an ability to offer full flexibility, both in size and tenure of development”.


hancerygate has appointed Colliers International and JLL as leasing


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