WORK is underway on the build of eight new industrial units described as being suitable for a range of businesses at West Way in Dalgety Bay.
It comes as part of the Fife industrial innovation investment programme for business land and property, which is funded by the Edinburgh and south east Scotland city region deal.
Fife Council said the units will be available to a range of businesses – including innovative start-ups and growing companies across all sectors.
Located in the Hillend and Donibristle Industrial estate, the development follows a number recent of regeneration projects that have taken place in the estate.
The local authority added that it marks a ‘significant’ milestone in its long term commitment to the regeneration of the estate in addition to acting as a catalyst for future business investment and jobs growth locally.
Councillor Altany Craik, convener of the economy, tourism, strategic planning and transportation committee at Fife Council, said, “It is great to see this next project in Fife’s ambitious city region deal programme get underway. The Fife industrial innovation investment programme is extending its footprint, with units finished in Glenrothes and nearing completion in Kirkcaldy, works underway in Dunfermline, and now here in Dalgety Bay. It’s an exciting stage as we are starting to see businesses getting the benefit of these modern units, creating jobs and helping the Fife’s economy recover from Covid-19.”