3rd April 2012 back to news

Graham + Sibbald bring unique, mixed use building to the market.

Following instructions from Raploch Urban Regeneration Company, Graham + Sibbald, Stirling Office have brought 3 Retail Units within a unique mixed use building to the Market.

The building is of mass Timber construction (specifically cross laminated timber) clad in zinc at first floor levels and rain screen cladding to lower levels.  This provides a low carbon building and is the first time this form of construction has been used in Scotland.

The building forms part of The Raploch Urban Regeneration Scheme which was set up to oversee the long term economic and social regeneration of the Raploch Area of Stirling.

Kevin Braidwood, Head of Physical Built Environment at Raploch URC commented: ‘We are very pleased to have Graham and Sibbald acting as our property agent on this exciting and innovative property development by the URC, which we trust will attract business and bring much needed employment opportunities to Raploch'

Andrew Peel of Graham + Sibbald`s Stirling office commented: “We are delighted to have been instructed to bring to the market these 3 retail units within this unique and innovative mixed use building.  We anticipate receiving enquiries from a variety of Class 1(Retail) and Class II (Office) users who will undoubtedly be interested in occupying a modern, low carbon unit within a large residential area within a mile of Stirling City Centre.

The 3 first floor residential units are to be advertised To Let by The Property Bureau in Stirling with Graham + Sibbald being responsible for the day to day management of the whole building.”