Cafe launched by former oil sector worker opens at Aberdeenshire business park

A cafe launched by a former oil and gas sector worker has opened for business at an Aberdeenshire commercial park after a new letting deal.

Knight Property Group has secured The Hill Deli for a unit at Kingshill Commercial Park in Westhill. The venture has been rolled out by former oil industry worker Louise Morgan, who has agreed a five-year lease on the new 900-square-foot retail unit.

She said: “The location and specification of the unit on Venture Drive is ideal for our business and we are currently putting the finishing touches to it, as well as recruiting staff.

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“We are all set and have officially opened. We aim to bring our quality deli and cafe/bistro offering to those working and living in and around Westhill.”

Knight Property Group has secured The Hill Deli for a unit at Kingshill Commercial Park in Westhill, near Aberdeen.
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Howard Crawshaw, managing director of Knight Property Group, added: “We wish Louise and the team from the Hill Deli every success with the new business venture.

“This speculative development at Westhill is proving popular with occupiers seeking quality and well-located retail units.”

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Kingshill Commercial Park is located about 7.5 miles west of Aberdeen city centre.

Kieran Ward, graduate surveyor at property agency Savills, said: “These units have proved very popular. They enjoy excellent visibility, being located immediately off the A944 road, at the entrance to Westhill.”

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Savills and FG Burnett are agents for Knight Property Group at the commercial park.

Knight Property Group was established in the North-east in 1987 and has offices in Edinburgh and Aberdeen. It provides a range of property investment and development services.

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