New images reveal eco-friendly office hub planned for Kinross



Kinross entrepreneur Daniel Webster has released CGI images of what his new head office development will look like when completed.

To be situated at Bridgend Industrial Estate in Kinross, the new complex for construction, storage and leisure firm webster group will bring all of the company’s diverse business interests under one roof. An eco friendly structure, with an eye catching architectural design with wood cladding, the state of the art building will also encompass a sloping sedum room, and a large glass fronted pavilion.

The development will also feature ten small business office ‘pods’ for let. Also designed and built to be of maximum energy efficiency, they will include pitched triangular sedum roofs and frontages created entirely of glass, to let in an abundance of natural light. Situated around the head office and the pods will be a dozen hives from webster honey, the honey company started by Daniel Webster, and his partner Emily-Kate McDonnell in 2016.

Daniel has intrigued local residents in the area for the past few months with his bright orange banners and wrapping– the company’s trademark colour –proclaiming hashtag teasers such as #watchthisspace and #staycurious.

“It was all very visible and could be seen from miles around!” said Daniel. “It was to build excitement as it all started to take shape, create a buzz if you excuse the pun.”

“Now I’m delighted to reveal these images showing what the new head office complex is going to look like. Work is underway on site and we expect he development to be completed next year,” he added.

“This is going to be my head office so naturally I am very excited about it, and for it to be happening in my home town, creating this new workspace community, well it’s very special indeed.”

A short distance away from the new head office complex, the recently expanded webster storage can be found.



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