Web of intrigue: group’s new home starts to take shape

THE new eco-friendly HQ being built by Kinross-based Webster Group to house all its business interests in one location is starting to take shape, with foundation block work currently going in at the site in Bridgend Industrial Estate.

Entrepreneur Daniel Webster runs contracting division Webster Developments and luxury housebuilding brand Webster Homes. Also based at the new hub will be bee hives to produce honey for one of Webster Group’s offshoot businesses, Webster Honey, started by Daniel and his partner, Emily Kate McDonnell. Daniel also lists a hot air ballooning company in his portfolio alongside self storage firm, Webster Storage.

The development will contain not just the new office building, with sloping sedum roof and large glass fronted pavilion, but also ten office pods available for rent.

“We’re really excited that things are moving swiftly on site now here at Bridgend Industrial Estate, and that local people can now see what we are starting to create,” Daniel said. “For me to be building this business hub in my home town, which will offer small fledgling businesses, young entrepreneurs and creative partnerships, the opportunity to secure sustainable business premises, and to be housing beehives at the same location, is absolutely fantastic.”