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Alex Salmond MSP Welcomes Plans For £100 million Business Park

>> 29 August 2011

DEVELOPMENT COULD BRING 2,000 JOBS

Plans for a £100million business park next to Aberdeen Airport that could create up to 2,000 jobs have been welcomed by First Minister and SNP MSP for Aberdeenshire East, Alex Salmond.

North-east business Ribnort unveiled the proposals for a 54-acre park at Dyce called ABZ which will feature a mixture of high specification office and industrial units.

The business park’s units, that will also boast a four star airport hotel, are anticipated to open for occupation from summer 2012.

Alex Salmond, MSP for Aberdeenshire East, said:

“This is fantastic news not only for Aberdeenshire but also for the whole of Scotland.

“The possible creation of 2,000 new jobs will boost the country’s job market and reinforces the SNP’s message that Scotland is an attractive place for people to invest their businesses in.

“Attracting and retaining the presence of major companies in the north-east is vital for making the economy flourish and I am delighted Ribnort, in conjunction with Aberdeen Airport, have announced this plan.

“And building a four star hotel will boost the region’s increasing reputation as a tourism destination.

“The SNP is committed to seeing Scotland’s cities flourish with investment in the economy, culture and tourism industry.

“This is why I support Ribnort’s new business park that will attract new companies and retain existing ones, while enhancing the airport’s already great reputation as the gateway for Scottish tourism.”

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