The Advanced Manufacturing Innovation District Scotland (AMIDS) will be an internationally-recognised centre for innovation, research and manufacturing.
The site is adjacent to Glasgow International Airport with direct access to Scotland’s motorway network and located less than 10 km (6 miles) from Glasgow city centre.
Located at the centre of Scotland’s largest labour catchment (1.8 million population within the Glasgow city region), AMIDS is already home to renowned international manufacturers Rolls Royce, Thermo Fisher, Peak Scientific, Terumo Aortic and Doosan Babcock.
Located next to the University of Strathclyde’s Advanced Forming Research Centre (Scotland’s only High Value Manufacturing Catapult centre), the site is also the home of the new €76m National Manufacturing Institute Scotland (NMIS) and €65m Medicines Manufacturing Innovation Centre (MMIC).
AMIDS will provide a high-quality, campus-style environment for ambitious companies investing in and using best practice to transform manufacturing processes.
Advanced manufacturing accounts for 52% of Scotland’s international exports and €691m of Scotland’s annual spend on research and development. AMIDS will make Scotland a global leader in innovation, research and advanced manufacturing.
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Glasgow Airport, Renfrewshire, Scotland
Scottish Government, Scottish Enterprise and Renfrewshire Council
Flexible investment opportunities are available including JV partner, development finance and operator investment.
Size of the core site is 52 hectares (128 acres) with the potential to develop up to 150,000 square metres of commercial floor space in accordance with the masterplan.
Advanced manufacturing, aerospace, commercial office
Planning consent for enabling infrastructure in place. Outline planning consent for development submitted.
Infrastructure investment secured
€45.5m of City Deal funding is being invested to deliver key infrastructure to the site.
Enabling infrastructure construction starting in summer 2019, complete by 2020.
Site is ready for investment with development anticipated to be phased from 2019, beginning with construction of NMIS and MMIC both expected to commence in 2019 and be complete in 2021.