Prime Four Business park plans get the go-ahead

Plans for two office buildings at the new Prime Four business park in Kingswells have been unanimously approved by councillors.

Members of Aberdeen City Council’s Development Management Sub-Committee considered four applications for the Kingswells Prime Four Business Park at Kingswells Home Farm.

They agreed to plans for a three-storey, four-wing office building on Plot One with solar panels on sections of the roof, as well as a two-storey car park and five-a-side football pitch.

Councillors also approved plans for a larger office building on Plot Two, which will consist of two blocks joined by a glazed link.

Plans to create an access road, footpath and cycle-way linking the office buildings to the Kingswells Park and Ride site were given the go-ahead. Implementation of this plan will see the existing access to the Park and Ride site from the A944 Aberdeen to Westhill road closed. All traffic will enter the Park and Ride site through the business park.

The creation of a northern access road to Plot Two, including a turning circle and car park, was also approved.

3 comments

  1. The above article was copied from the ACC website and is not strictly correct. Please note that the access to the Park and Ride from the Newhills Road will not change, and will provide a second access point to the Park and Ride.

    It is expected to see building work start around the end of May.

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