Property facts for Kintail House, Hamilton Intl Technology Park, Blantyre
Kintail House is located at the western end of the Park and comprises a purpose built detached three storey office building, constructed in 2006. The office extends to approximately 40,465 sq ft (3,759.3 sq m) over ground and two upper floors. The building is of steel frame construction with brick walls and profile sheet clad, mono-pitch roof. The property benefits from an impressive double height fully glazed entrance foyer, comprising the main reception. Access can be gained from here to the 13 person passenger lift and main staircase, both of which serve the upper floors. The building provides modern open plan office accommodation, with carpet covered raised access floors, recessed fluorescent lighting, comfort cooling and plaster painted walls. The ground and first floors are predominately open plan with a number of small cellular offices and meeting rooms segregated from the main office space. The second floor has been sub-divided to provide a number smaller offices, a large boardroom and several meeting/training rooms. The property benefits from 144 car parking spaces to the front of the building, which equates to a ratio of 1:281 sq ft. Hamilton International Park comprises a purpose built business park set within 31 hectares (76.6 acres) and is widely considered to be one of Scotland’s most successful Enterprise Zones. The Park provides a mixture of office and industrial accommodation as well as a retail parade where a number of national operators provide amenities to the Park occupiers including Greggs, HSBC, RBS, Lloyds Pharmacy, Tim Hortons as well as a nursery, dentist and hairdresser. HF Developments began the development of Grade A office accommodation at Hamilton International Park in 2000. Since then, over 60,385 sqm (650,000 sqft) of office accommodation and a retail parade have been developed, creating a modern, dynamic business location. Hamilton International Park plays host to in excess of 5,000 staff working for a number of large institutions including Scottish Power, John Lewis, HSBC, Scottish & Universal Newspaper and Energetics. Furthermore, the University of the West of Scotland has recently opened their Hamilton Campus, situated on the south of the park at a cost of £110m. There are plans for further investment and to add additional sports halls and student residencies to the site. The Park is situated approximately 2 miles north of Hamilton Town Centre, 13 miles south-east of Glasgow City Centre and 45 miles west of Edinburgh City Centre. The Park lies close to Blantyre and is easily accessible via the A725 expressway from Junction 5 (Raith Interchange) of the M74, situated 0.5 miles to the east. The Park is served by excellent bus routes as well as rail services from both Blantyre and Hamilton stations to Glasgow and other Lanarkshire destinations.