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We are launching a number of sites at the heart of Britain’s industrial and consumer supply chains. These opportunities are ideally suited for port-centric manufacturing and logistics.

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Excellent road and rail connections from the port via the M77 for Glasgow, M8 for Edinburgh and M74 south provide a gateway to the most highly populated and industrialised parts of Scotland and northern England.

Overview

The Port of Ayr is situated on the River Ayr where it meets the Firth of Clyde, 34-miles south west of Glasgow and close to Glasgow Prestwick Airport. Ayr is the first commercial port encountered by vessels entering the Firth of Clyde. Backed by an experienced operating team, the port is capable of handling a wide variety of cargoes such as Dry Bulks, Scrap, Timber, heavy lift operations and is also a port of call for visiting cruise ships, with its close proximity to some of Scotland’s best known attractions.

Location

Situated on the West Coast of Scotland at the entrance to the Firth of Clyde, the Port of Ayr has easy access to rail networks and via trunk roads to the M77 for Glasgow, M8 for Edinburgh, and M74 for links to Northern England.

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Development Opportunities

There are currently no development opportunities listed for this port. Please contact our Property Team to discuss your potential requirements.

Available Property to Let

1 5 York Street

Up to 768 sq m / 8,268 sq ft

Port of Ayr, Ayr, KA8 8AH

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Sarah Williams

sarah.williams@abports.co.uk 0151 427 5971 07843 977 034

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Make it. Move it.

183 hectares (453 acres) suited to port-centric manufacturing and logistics.

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