Miller Cromdale’s regeneration

of North Dee Business Quarter


Miller Cromdale has submitted a planning application for Liberty House, a Grade A office development comprising 26,500 sq. ft. of net lettable space and 28 car parking spaces, continuing the redevelopment of Aberdeen’s thriving North Dee Business Quarter.

The proposed development is a four-storey office which will provide high quality accommodation in a city centre location adjacent to the Union Square shopping centre.  Designed with a range of environmental and sustainability features, the building could eventually house up to 300 employees.

Subject to planning approval, work will start on the site during the third quarter of 2014, with the building ready for occupation by the third quarter of 2015. Knight Frank and Young & Company are joint letting agents for the development.

Pamela Grant, Development Director of Miller Cromdale, said: “The North Dee Business Quarter is fast establishing itself as the key city centre business location within Aberdeen and we are delighted to be pursuing another opportunity there.”

“Once complete, Liberty House will offer occupiers contemporary office accommodation which has been carefully developed with sustainability at its core, ensuring optimum energy efficiency and low running costs within a modern office environment.”

This move from Miller Cromdale signifies the continuing regeneration of the area and follows on from a 40,000 sq. ft. office development currently underway for French multinational electric utility company, GDF Suez, and more recently a deal with the Food Standards Agency for the lease of 12,700 sq. ft. of office space at Miller Cromdale’s Pilgrim House development.

Completion of Pilgrim House is expected in September 2014 and there currently remains 13,800 sq. ft. available for lease. It is anticipated that the development will provide Aberdeen’s only BREEAM ‘Excellent’- rated office space ready for occupation in 2014.

Further details on Pilgrim House can be obtained from the Joint Letting Agents: Knight Frank and Young & Company.