The site itself is of a regular shape and is predominately of a concrete nature being bounded by a grass verge. Access will likely be taken to the west side of the site from Ridge Way.
The site extends to approximately 0.63 acres (0.25 hectares), potentially suited for a variety of uses within class 4,5 & 6 development.
LocationDalgety Bay is a small expanding commuter town situated on the north bank of the Firth of Forth, approximately 5 miles south east of Dunfermline. The town has a population of around 12,000 people and benefits from its own mainline railway station providing an attractive commuter location to nearby Edinburgh, which lies approximately 16 miles south east of the subjects.
The nearby town of Dunfermline provides the main principle commercial centre for the West Fife area, again with an expanding population now exceeding 50,000 persons. This area of West Fife is important as a strategic location, lying a few miles north of the Forth Rail Bridge and the new Queensferry Crossing adjacaent to the M90 motorway.
The subjects themselves are situated within Hillend and Donibristle Industrial Estate, lying to the northern periphery of Dalgety Bay. The estate contains a wide range of industrial properties and businesses, ranging from high-tech electronic uses to primary engineering.
More specifically, the site is situated in the centre of the estate just off the A921 coastal route linking the Queensferry Crossing, M90 with Kirkcaldy. Ridge Way itself is one of the main routes through the Industrial Estate therefore the site benefits from a prominent location, with easy access to the motorway and the regions’ two principle towns of Dunfermline and Kirkcaldy.
Hillend and Donisbristle Industrial Estate benefits from a Regeneration Steering Group comprising businesses from the estate with support from Fife Council. The focus of the Steering Group is on the planning for the next generation of modern manufacturing whilst creating opportunities for Scottish based companies to relocate and to attract inward investment for the estate. Key objectives include delivering property investment/reinvestment, establishing a strong brand identity for the estate whilst ensuring the site infrastructure meets requirements of occupiers and future investors.
If you require additional information about the estates regeneration, please contact the Steering Group on .
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