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Serviced office space to rent in Ayrshire

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Suite 2 and 4, Munro Business ...

Serviced offices from £80

14-18 East Shaw Street, Kilmar...

Serviced offices from £175

HALO Enterprise & Innovation C...

Serviced offices from £300

18 Wellington Square, Ayr, Ayr...

Office space from £130

Burnbrae Road, Paisley, PA3

Serviced offices from £592

MacDowall Street, Paisley, Ren...

Serviced offices from £100

Redwood Crescent, East Kilbrid...

Serviced offices from £198

Marchburn Drive, Paisley, PA3

Serviced offices from £370

Trident House, 175 Renfrew Roa...

Serviced offices from £199

Stroud Business Centre, 14 Str...

Serviced offices from £276

68 - 74 Queen Elizabeth Avenue...

Serviced offices from £67

Merlin Business Centre Mosslan...

Office space from £140

Brand Street Ltd, 100 Brand S...

Serviced offices from £120

2 Thomson Street, Strathaven, ...

Serviced offices from £150

Park View House, 96 Caledonia ...

Office space from £200

54 Cook Street, Glasgow, G5

Serviced offices from £130

Red Tree Magenta, Magenta Busi...

Serviced offices from £187

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Serviced Offices Ayrshire

Ayrshire’s principal towns include Ayr, Kilmarnock and Irvine. The town of Troon on the coast has hosted The Open Championship eight times in total. Approximately 200,000 visitors came to Troon during the 2004 Open; a serviced office in Ayrshire would be a fantastic base for keen golfers.
Ayrshire is one of the most agriculturally fertile regions of Scotland. Potatoes are grown in fields near the coast, using seaweed-based fertiliser, and the region produces pork products, other root vegetables, cattle and summer berries such as strawberries are grown in abundance.
Digital Equipment had a large manufacturing plant near Ayr from about 1976 until the company was taken over by Compaq in 1998. Some supplier companies grew up to service this site and the more distant IBM plant at Greenock in Renfrewshire. Scotland's aviation industry has long been based in and around Prestwick and the international airport. Although aircraft manufacture ceased at the former BA plant in 1998, a significant number of aviation companies are still based on the Prestwick site.
The M77 motorway begins in Glasgow at the M8 motorway at Kinning Park, and terminates near Kilmarnock at Fenwick

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