Guy Marsden, director of Highbridge Properties, which is developing the Magenta Business Park with Clyde Gateway, looks at the growing importance that office occupiers are placing on ESG (environment, social and governance) credentials and why they are becoming increasingly important factors in the
Highbridge Properties director Guy Marsden looks at the shifting requirements for workplaces of the future. The pandemic has triggered a massive shift in the way we work, resulting in many companies moving from an office-centric culture to considering more flexible ways of working.
Guy Marsden discusses the future of offices, sustainability features that we need to think of, the indoor and outdoor environment and why COVID is likely to accelerate its rebirth. With so many people making the transition to working from home, there is a school of thought that the coronavirus pande
Amid the stark shortage of Grade A office space, Guy Marsden says it’s time for occupiers to think outside the city centre box. A recent report from property services company, CBRE showed that Grade A office supply in Glasgow has reached a ‘critically low’ level and there is little
Highbridge Properties’ Guy Marsden looks at the Glasgow commercial property market and the increased levels of demand in the market, thanks to the growing pool of talent in the city. As a commercial property developer, my natural instinct whenever I go into a city is to look up – you rea
BRE Scotland is set to become the latest high-profile organisation to move to Clyde Gateway after it signed a pre-let for the second floor at the new Red Tree Magenta building. Opening next month, Red Tree Magenta is the first building delivered by Clyde Gateway Developments Limited at Magenta, a ne
Highbridge Properties director Guy Marsden on the rise of flexible offices. By now, almost everyone will be familiar with the benefits of flexible working, where the traditional 9-5 is shunned in favour of work patterns that better suit an employee’s life circumstances. But the rise of flexibl
Ian Manson, CEO of Clyde Gateway, with Speirs Gumley owner Lorraine MacDonald Historical property management company Speirs Gumley is moving its 70-strong Glasgow workforce from its Bath Street headquarters to the new Red Tree Magenta building at Clyde Gateway.
Guy Marsden Guy Marsden, director at Highbridge Properties, who are developing the Magenta site in partnership with Clyde Gateway, says developing new workplaces is equally vital to delivering new homes.
Blog: With city centre offices in short supply, being forced to look elsewhere might be a blessing in disguise
By Guy Marsden, director at Highbridge Properties PLC Ask any commercial property agent about the current market for Grade A office space in Glasgow city centre, and they’ll tell you that there’s high demand, low supply and no speculative new-build development.
A topping out ceremony has taken place for the first building at Glasgow’s new urban business location, Magenta @ Clyde Gateway. The £9 million Red Tree Magenta building is currently under construction by contractors Robertson, and is due for completion in summer 2018. Investment funding is being
An aerial image of the Magenta site Commercial property developer Highbridge Properties has today launched what will be a new satellite business district for Glasgow and one of the UK’s largest office parks, at the former Shawfield development in Clyde Gateway.