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Five new deals for Aberdeen Energy and Innovation Parks

Crombie LodgeAberdeen’s Energy and Innovation Parks has experienced a flurry of activity with Buccleuch Property announcing three new tenants and two tenancy renewals.

The Parks, which are a joint venture between Buccleuch Property and Scottish Enterprise, are both located in the Bridge of Don area, three miles from Aberdeen city centre, adjacent to the Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre.

RESON, the Danish developer of underwater acoustic systems and advanced multibeam sonar systems has taken three units, totalling 2,983 sq ft, on a ten year lease at Crombie Lodge on the Innovation Park. Norwegian developer and distributor of water velocity instruments, Nortek has taken two units in the same location totalling 3,014 sq ft. Nortek’s lease will run for five years.

Aberdeen company Pisys, which specialises in the creation and delivery of specialist software products and services to the onshore and offshore global energy sector, has renewed its lease at Davidson House on the Innovation Park.

In the Enterprise Centre on the Energy Park, the Society for Underwater Technology (SUT) has taken a new five year lease, while Californian corrosion management solutions specialist, Rohrback Cosasco Systems, has renewed its 2,995 sq ft lease for an additional five years in the Technology Centre.

Cameron MacKay, associate director at Buccleuch Property, commented on the lettings: “These changes at the Park represent a yearly rental income of £185,000. Throughout 2012 23 deals were secured across the Parks including new tenants, lease extensions and expansions, all of which are evidence that the quality of space and flexible terms on offer at both Parks continue to attract, retain and impress tenants and prospects.”