The Edinburgh BioQuarter is a major biomedical, medical and science research campus adjacent to the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh, (a 960 bed teaching hospital providing a full range of acute medical and surgical services), and University of Edinburgh Medical School (900 researchers and clinical teaching staff working across the full range of medical conditions).
BioQuarter offers scope for significant further development of up 230,000m² of life sciences space plus 46,000m2 of ancillary space. The Royal Hospital for Sick Children, a 600-bed paediatric facility offering a full range of acute, surgical, day and acute care services, is currently under construction adjacent to the Royal Infirmary.
Site extends to 40 hectares, 230,000m² of life sciences space plus 46,452m² of ancillary space
Investment sought: £100m+ : Equity/Debt/Other
Development timeframe: Ongoing to 2035. Seeking Development partner
Work in progress with c20 hectares serviced and part developed and c20 hectares unserviced. Existing occupiers include the Scottish Centre for Regenerative Medicine, and the 7,500m2 first phase Bioincubator now approximately 80% occupied. There are proposals for additional University and NHS facilities on site plus significant commercial development of laboratory and office space, either speculatively or with possible pre-lets, along with ancillary accommodation including multi-storey car parking, retail, hotel, food and drink etc.
To obtain further information about this development opportunity please contact:
Elaine Ballantyne, Head of Investment & International Relations, City of Edinburgh Council
T: +44 (0)131 469 3854
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