25 February 2015
Abstract Securities the developers of St Vincent Plaza, Glasgow’s newest speculative commercial office development is donating much needed funding for a new garden project that is being created for the patients of St Vincent’s Hospice in Renfrewshire.
St Vincent’s Hospice have for many years, aspired to create a community garden at the rear of the hospice. Recently they received funding for landscaping, but they still need to raise funds for pathways, plants and a sheltered seating area where patients, their families and the local community can enjoy the gardens. Archie Blair of Abstract Securities commented on the donation: “As we share a similarity in name, our St Vincent Plaza development team is helping the Hospice with a £1,000 donation that will go to buy plants for the new garden project. We hope that our contribution will make a difference to the patients and families cared for by the Hospice.”
Archie Blair of Abstract Securities, the developer of St Vincent Plaza with Katrina Vine a volunteer from St Vincent’s Hospice at the St Vincent Plaza, Glasgow site. The St Vincent Plaza development team has donated £1,000 to the St Vincent’s Hospice community garden project that launches this month.
Kate Lennon, CEO of St Vincent's Hospice added: “We are grateful to Abstract Securities for their kind donation. The generous support from companies like Abstract Securities ensures that St Vincent’s Hospice continues to care for more patients and their families in the local community”.
St Vincent Plaza is a landmark development in Glasgow and will be one of the key elements in the next phase of Glasgow’s IFSD on completion in June 2015. It will be the most cost effective new build office developments in the City and in the UK with rents at just £23 per square foot. Visit www.stvincentplaza.com for more information.
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The Abstract Group is one of the most active office developers in the UK and has the largest office development portfolio outside of Central London.
As well as the St Vincent Plaza development, Abstract is developing the 40 acre Aberdeen International Business Park (AIBP) for its client Fornebuporten UK AS (a subsidiary of Norwegian investment company Aker ASA). The site which was acquired in early 2013, is immediately adjacent to Aberdeen International Airport and offers multi-national companies a combination of the best buildings and facilities in the Aberdeen market as well as the closest proximity to the Airport for easy national and international travel.
Phase 1 of The Park, comprising 335,000 sq.ft. of office and leisure facilities, was completed and handed over to the tenant, Aker Solutions, on time and on budget on 20 February 2015.
Abstract are also speculatively developing the 110,000 sq ft Leonardo Building, close to Gatwick Airport, again offering the most competitive new office space in the South East of England. It is also working with the Carlyle Group on the re- development of the former Colgate factory, now named Soapworks in Salford.