Initial phase of new marine science park completed in Argyll
The first phase of a new multi-million pound marine science park in Argyll has been completed.
- The new development will support business is Scotland’s growing life sciences and energy sectors and will potentially support up to 125 jobs
- Dunstaffnage site already a globally recognised centre of excellence for marine science
The state of the art building at Dunstaffnage, near Oban, will provide space for businesses wishing to tap into the region’s world leading reputation in marine science research and development. Highlands and Islands Enterprise has received the keys from construction firm Robertson Northern for the first of three buildings planned for development at the Park over the next ten years.
The 20,000 sq ft of office and laboratory space will support businesses in Scotland’s growing Life Sciences and Energy sectors and has the potential to support up to 125 jobs.