Previously known as Papillon Street, after Pierre Jacques Papillon, who was brought from Rouen in France in 1785 by George Macintosh to oversee a Turkey-red dyeing establishment. The process became such a phenomena that by 1801 it had reached the hallowed pages of the Encyclopaedia Britannica.
Approximately one mile east of Glasgow City Centre and easily accessible from the M8 and M74 Motorways as well as being next to Dalmarnock train station and major bus routes.
With over 20,000 square feet of flexible usage warehouse/industrial space.
Full Business Rates relief is available through the Small Business Bonus Scheme (SBBS) if the combined rateable value of all your business premises in Scotland is £35,000 or less.
If the rateable value of the property is less than £10,000, you may not have to pay any business rates at all.