New Sign For Glasgow Business Park
13th June 2011
For a number of years Glasgow Business Park, the city’s premier out of town business location, has been landmarked by the iconic Heavy Horse statue that fronts the M8 motorway and is a familiar sight when first entering the outskirts of the city. When asked to give details of the parks location it was a simple case of identifying the statue of the Heavy Horse and on the whole people were easily able to locate Glasgow Business Park.
This icon and the park’s branding have now been further enhanced by a new sign which reflects Glasgow Business Park’s image and reputation as a quality business destination. The stainless steel sign is set onto slate filled gabions and has been positioned to seamlessly merge into the natural contours and landscaping around the horse. The sign is lit via LEDs to create halo illumination and the effect in the evening, as anyone who has driven past will testify, is mesmeric.
Hitting the Mark at Glasgow Business Park
21st September 2010 - Scottish Property Network
Ryden has completed a raft of deals at Glasgow Business Park, the city’s premier out-of-town business location.
Autoglass, the UK’s leading vehicle glass repair and replacement company, pre-let 20,000 sq ft on a 10-year lease at Glasgow Trade Park, the larger of the two current industrial developments at Glasgow Business Park. Toyota Material Handling also signed 10-year lease on a 3,000 sq ft unit
15th July 2009 - The Herald
Baron the Clydesdale horse and handler Lorraine Johnston get some inspiration from Andy Scott’s famous horse sculpture close to the M8 near Glasgow in advance of this Sunday’s Heavy Horse Show at the National Museum of Rural Life, Kittochside, East Kilbride. Baron will be attending the show along with around 50 other Clydesdales, dozens of Highland and Shetland ponies and a number of donkeys.