Cambuslang Regeneration

On Tuesday 27th March 2012, South Lanarkshire Council Planning Committee unanimously approved our planning permission in principle application for the comprehensive regeneration of the area with a mixed-use development at Bridge Street, Cambuslang. The area previously occupied by the Hoover factory, between Somervell Street and Dallas Drive, and also the industrial land between Bridge Street […]

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Forfar Retail Park

Following the liquidation of Focus DIY Limited in June 2011, Forrest applied for planning consent to sub-divide the existing retail unit at Myre Road into two smaller units. Planning permission was granted in September 2011 and works commenced on site in October 2011 following Building Warrant approval. The extensive sub-division and alteration works were undertaken […]

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Milton Road, Kirkintilloch

Forrest acquired the former bus station depot from First Group, a site extending to approximately 4 acres. Having previously obtained outline consent (subject to S75 Agreement) for a DIY store, offices and a restaurant in 2006, Forrest submitted a Planning in Principle Application in November 2010 for a 3-phase development, comprising a 17,500 sq ft […]

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Bridge Street, Cambusland

Forrest Developments in a joint venture with Dawn Group submitted a comprehensive Planning in Principle application to South Lanarkshire Council for the regeneration of the Bridge Street and former Hoover Factory site in Cambuslang. Planning consent was sunsequently granted in March 2012. The mixed use proposals augment the zoning already established within the current Local Plan and […]

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Eskbank Road, Dalkeith

Forrest have secured Detailed Planning Consent for a mixed use scheme in Dalkeith town centre, providing 58,000 sq ft of lettable space. The ADF designed scheme is anchored by a 47,000 sq ft supermarket and can accommodate up to 11,000 sq ft on the first floor for office, leisure and/or restaurant usage. The scheme, to […]

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Gorgie Road, Edinburgh

Having let the existing property to Aldi Stores and carried out extensive refurbishment and extension works, Forrest have now sold the property to a group of international investors.

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Garscadden Road, Drumchapel

Construction operations were completed in 2007 on the 2,000 sq. ft. standalone retail unit prelet to Tote Bookmakers. The unit was constructed on land occupied by our media company as a completion to the adjacent terrace of retail units. The unit has recently been re-branded as Bet Fred following the sale of the Tote by […]

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Busby Road, Clarkston

A 2-storey 16,000 sq. ft. retail / leisure development that was completed in 2005. The large ground floor unit is let to Sainsbury’s, but has recently been the subject of a sub-lease to Wickes Building Supplies. The other ground floor unit is let to Tote Bookmakers now trading as Bet Fred. Forrest recently sold the […]

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Oban Retail Park, Phases I and II

Phase I Forrest acquired the existing 30,000 sq. ft. retail parade in 2003 and subsequently re-let the anchor unit to Lidl UK with the other existing tenant, Argos remaining in the adjacent unit. Au Naturale commenced occupation of the remaining vacant unit in October 2005. Phase II A 25,000 sq. ft. retail unit, pre-let to […]

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Station Road, Cupar

A 2 acre site was acquired by Forrest within Cupar town centre and detailed planning consent was granted for a retail unit extending to approximately 18,000 sq ft. The new store was pre-let to Lidl UK. The construction operations completed in April 2006 with the store open for trading shortly thereafter. Forrest sold this property in 2007 to private […]

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