A prime central location in Aberdeen
Lying between the rivers Dee and the Don on Scotland’s north east coast, Aberdeen is Scotland’s third most populous city and home to over 220,000 residents with a catchment of a further 600,000 people.
Increased oil activity and expansion of renewable energy projects in Aberdeen city centre have been instrumental in the recent growth in the city’s economy. In additional to oil and gas, key industry sectors include education, finance, engineering, software development, clean-tech and life sciences and there are close links between the city’s universities and the business community, particularly those involved in engineering, science, software development and medicine.
The city enjoys high levels of employment, low levels of unemployment, and a GVA (Gross Value Added) second only to central London. As a result, Aberdeen is ranked the best city to live and work in Scotland – and second best in the UK as a whole in the Good Growth for Cities Index.
Many of the city’s top companies in the oil and gas and financial services sectors have their headquarters in the city centre, and demand for quality new-build office space is high.
Retail, leisure and cultural amenities near The Point Aberdeen.