Edinburgh Technopole expansion plans revealed

Published: 22 November 2018

A new phase of development at Edinburgh Technopole looks set to create new opportunities for science and technology companies in Scotland.

Due for completion in the first half of 2019, phase 1 of the new development by Trinity Investment Management will deliver up to 37,000 sq ft of office and laboratory space designed by Oberlanders Architects.

Success to date means that we need new space to offer options to our current occupiers, and opportunities for newcomers. The next phase of development will deliver this space, and also a significant increase in amenity on the park...

Simon Hoad, Executive Director , Trinity Investment Management


Edinburgh Technopole sits alongside the University of Edinburgh’s Roslin Institute and Royal School of Veterinary Studies, Pentland Science Park, and the Moredun Institute, forming Edinburgh’s principal science and technology hub.

The existing space is fully let to tech companies including Indigo Vision, Almac, Tom Tom, and Xilinx. Trinity are focusing on the future master plan for the park which will deliver up to 500,000 sq ft of offices, laboratory, and production space.

Stewart McMillan of Cushman & Wakefield, joint leasing agent, said: ‘’Our experience at Edinburgh Technopole demonstrates the demand for buildings designed to meet the bespoke needs of technology companies.”

Neil McConnachie of Eric Young & Co, joint leasing agent, said: ‘’We expect strong demand, particularly as the science and technology sector lacks options specifically tailored to their needs...’’

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