Highland Deephaven

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Prime land leasing opportunities for industrial innovation in Scotland.

Flexible leasing

Your development, your terms.

From long-term commitments for steady growth to short-term solutions to get your project over the line, Highland Deephaven is the location for forward-looking businesses in the north of Scotland. As a privately owned site, our decision-making process is straightforward and effective.

Get the flexibility you need for your business to thrive, adapt and expand without being constrained by rigid terms. Secure the ideal industrial land for your operations, tailored to your schedule and requirements – and located within a Green Freeport Special Tax Site.

Zoned for industry

Land pre-approved for industrial development.

Strategically located on the Cromarty Firth with direct access from the A9, Highland Deephaven is the perfect site for businesses looking to develop manufacturing, research and operational facilities for the growing renewables industry. With some of the UK’s highest profile renewable energy developments on your doorstep, you’ll be at the heart of the action.

 

Our land is zoned for industrial use, guaranteeing the required infrastructure, access to utilities, and compliance with environmental standards you require to drive forward innovation.

The perfect Location

Shape your future in the Highlands.

Next-generation innovation meets decades of expertise in the Scottish Highlands – home of Inverness & Cromarty Firth Green Freeport.

As an integral part of the Green Freeport, Highland Deephaven has been designated a Special Tax Site – allowing businesses coming into the area to benefit from all the advantages that the Freeport brings.

Highland Deephaven is open to all industrial and commercial use. Take advantage of the region’s growing reputation for forward-thinking energy research, development and manufacture.

- Zoned for Industry

The majority of the land within our site is zoned for industrial use within the Local Development Plan, meaning that industrial and commercial developments will be supported in principle by the planning authority.

Strategically located on the Cromarty Firth, the site has great potential for deepwater access – enabling anchorage and transport of larger vessels, platforms and machinery.

Our on-site causeway allows easy access to the Cromarty Firth – an invaluable route to transport materials and goods into the Firth for onward travel.

468 Acres

FAQS

Your questions answered.

What is Highland Deephaven?

Highland Deephaven is a 468-acre industrial estate, which was originally established as an airfield during WWII. The site is partially developed and occupied, though the vast majority of the land is greenfield land available for future development and occupation.

 

What types of businesses are suitable for Highland Deephaven?

Highland Deephaven offers versatile industrial spaces suitable for diverse uses, but its location and expansive land area puts it in a prime position for activities supporting the wider offshore wind supply chain within the Cromarty Firth region.

 

What size and types of industrial spaces are available for lease?

Highland Deephaven offers a range of industrial spaces for lease, including existing large units and customisable land parcels of varying sizes and shapes. The majority of land on offer is greenfield, though existing yard space or build-to-suit arrangements may be considered.

 

What leasing terms and agreements are available for prospective tenants?

Prospective tenants at Highland Deephaven are afforded significant flexibility and opportunity when considering Highland Deephaven as a location for their business. Duration and provisions can be tailored to meet the requirements of each tenant.

 

What transportation and logistical advantages does Highland Deephaven offer?

Highland Deephaven straddles the A9 public road – the main route connecting north and south Scotland. It is also adjacent to the railway line, offering potential future opportunity for rail access to the site. Though Highland Deephaven does not currently host significant port infrastructure of its own, the site is strategically located in between Port of Cromarty Firth, Port of Nigg and Port of Inverness – sited under 20 miles via road from each.

 

What advantages does being located in the Scottish Highlands offer?

The Scottish Highlands are rich in renewable energy resources such as wind, hydro, and tidal energy, and our site at Highland Deephaven lies in proximity to a large pipeline of offshore wind farms and tidal energy sites in the North Sea and Atlantic Ocean.

 

What is the Inverness & Cromarty Firth Green Freeport?

The Inverness & Cromarty Firth Green Freeport is a designated area where business can be carried out within Scotland’s land border, and where the normal tax and customs rules do not apply in full. The boundary for this site has been agreed with both the UK and Scottish Governments. The Green Freeport is intended to stimulate activity in the designated area, with its main intention to attract inward investment and build new facilities, bringing employment to the area.

 

What is a Special Tax Site, and how does it benefit businesses?

Businesses located within the tax site are able to benefit from Land & Building Transaction Tax (LBTT) relief, Enhanced Structures and Building Allowance (SBA), Enhanced Capital Allowances (ECA), Employer NIC’s relief and Non-Domestic Rates relief.

 

How can I enquire about leasing space at Highland Deephaven industrial estate?

Businesses interested in leasing space at the industrial estate are encouraged to reach out to us via email. Upon receiving your enquiry, we will promptly connect you with the appropriate contact who can provide further information about the site, discuss leasing possibilities, and arrange any necessary site visits or consultations.

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