The site comprises three standalone buildings accommodating seven units light industrial units (Units 3A-3D, 4A & 4B and 5)

The buildings are of steel portal frame construction with part brick and part metal profile clad elevations. Pitched roofing is covered with corrugated asbestos cement sheets and incorporates GRP roof lights.

Units 3A - 3D have a similar layout with a sales counter and small office area located at the front of the individual units with roller shutter doors for each unit in the central portion of the buildings.

A small mezzanine floor was present in Units 3A, 3B and 3C to provide additional storage within the large workshop/storage portion of the units.

Unit 4B is divided into a sales area, storage and workshop which included a number of electricity powered machines.

Unit 5 is used as a training centre with offices and a storage warehouse.. 

The buildings are separated by external service yards and car parks

Glasgow is the largest city in Scotland and is located in the country’s West Central Lowlands.

Glasgow is serviced by three main motorways, M80, M8, M74. These provide direct access to Stirling, Edinburgh and Northern England respectively.

New Albion Industrial estate is located in the North West region of Glasgow, adjacent to Yoker train station which provides direct access to Glasgow Central and Queen St train stations.

The site is located 5.5km north-west of Glasgow city centre and1km north of the M8 motorway.

The asset is easily accessible from Glasgow International Airport within 20 a minute drive. 

Local occupiers include Bupa UK, Lidl and Kwick Fit.