Major plans for a mixed-use development of the former IBM site at Spango Valley in Greenock will go on display to the public later this month.
Greenock businessmen Sandy and James Easdale purchased 27 hectares (68 acres) of the property at auction late last year through its investment arm, Arranglen.
A mixed-use development is now being proposed by Advanced Construction GD Ltd.
It includes residential, industrial/business, retail and leisure plus a park-and-ride facility. The site, which has its own railway station although trains do not currently stop there, will also show the associated roads, access, open space and landscaping plans.
Further details will be revealed at the events which are being held as part of pre-planning application rules. The public information and exhibition events are being held on Wednesday 23 October and Tuesday 29 October, both from 2-8 pm, at St Andrew’s Church hall, Auchmead Road in Greenock.
The land involved stretches from the boundary at the former Greenock High School site to the area of the A78 overbridge and includes the former IBM call centre, which is currently available to let through ARB Growth.
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