Accessibility is vital for your staff and customers and in Clyde Gateway significant investment into improved transport links has already been made.

A £445m extension to the M74, with three new four-way junctions all within Clyde Gateway, allows access from the area to Glasgow, Edinburgh and other major towns and cities. The extension had already attracted £14m of private sector investment to the area by the time it was complete in June 2011, creating 700 new jobs with it. The newly opened Clyde Gateway road provides fast new connections across the area.

The well serviced rail network has also benefitted from a major recent investment as £11m has also been spent to improve Clyde Gateway’s Dalmarnock Railway Station, just five minutes from Scotland’s busiest train station, Glasgow Central. Around 80,000 passengers pass through the Dalmarnock station every year.


Further to the improved transport connections, investment has also been made to ensure minimal risk to inward investors. Infrastructure is already in place with site remediation having already been complete, or near completion, at all of Clyde Gateway’s development areas.

Clyde Gateway is one of the first areas in the City to benefit from BT’s roll out of superfast broadband. This provides your businesses with access to the most modern digital infrastructure you require.

These investments will play a huge part in developing economic prosperity in the area, as well as increasing employment and educational opportunities.

‘Around 80,000 passengers pass through Dalmarnock station every year’.
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The Glasgow City Region offers a pool of over 1.7m potential staff within a 45 minute commute. The region’s higher and further education colleges attract 160,000 students annually.