Gourock Municipal Buildings
122 Shore Street, Gourock, Inverclyde, PA19 1QZ
The former offices of Inverclyde Council have had a £600,000 renovation. The result is a thoroughly modern business centre that also preserves the style and grandeur of the original Gourock Municipal Buildings.
The centre opened in November 2016 and provides tenants with a welcoming, comfortable working environment; right in the heart of Gourock town centre. This is a well-connected business hub, with Gourock train station only a two-minute stroll from the offices. Glasgow International Airport is 40 minutes' drive away, and Glasgow city centre a further 10 minutes' by car.
Gourock Municipal Buildings comprises furnished and part-serviced office accommodation, within a fully refurbished environment. The magnificent staircase is one of the original features perfectly preserved amongst many others.
There are a total of six offices, ranging in size from 161 to 738 sq ft. The total space is 1,912 sq ft, with a lift offering easy access to the upper floor.
It's not all about work, of course. There is a wide range of nearby amenities, including bistros, restaurants and supermarkets; all located within a five-minute walk. Gourock itself is incredibly popular with residents and visitors.
|Features||Furnished and part-serviced office accommodation. Refurbished environment. Tea preparation area within shared kitchen. Office furniture provided. Office and common area cleaning. 24 hour access. CCTV. Secure Video Entry System. Individually controlled monitored intruder alarm in each room and monitored fire alarm systems. Well connected business hub.|
|Parking||No dedicated parking but this is available behind Kempock Street, a short 5 minutes' walk away.|
|Plot Size||1,912 sq ft|
|Suite Sizes||161 sq ft to 738 sq ft|
|Security||24 hour access, CCTV, Secure Video Entry System, monitored intruder and fire alarm systems.|
|Nearest Train||Gourock (2 minutes' walk).|
|Nearest Bus||Shore Street (1 minute's walk).|
|Amenities||Gourock shops with nearby amenities include local traders, Co-operative, Sainsburys and a number of cafes, bistros and restaurants.|