First business moves into renewable local centre

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An Aberdeenshire painting and decorating firm has started its year on a high by expanding into new premises on Deeside.

Home improvement contractors R Davidson has recently relocated to the new Banchory Business Centre 2 (BBC2), occupying the ground floor of the energy efficient office building.

The firm, which specialises in delivering bespoke painting, decorating and ames taping services, is the first tenant to move into the renewable business park.

The 2,500 sq ft open-plan office space is part of the second phase of the Hill of Banchory Business Park, located to the East of the Deeside town, and will accommodate the firm’s growing workforce of 85 employees and 16 apprentices.

Managing director and owner of R Davidson, Trevor Mutch, said: “It is ideally located to offer a strong local presence, whilst only a short drive to Aberdeen city-centre to offer our clients the highest quality of workmanship and customer service.

“The expansion also demonstrates our on-going commitment to the North-east marking a significant point in the company’s growth and strengthening our position in the North-east construction industry.”