For Lease : Titan Enterprise Business Centre, Offices

Offers vary depending on available Units

Clydebank Rebuilt's first office development at Queens Quay was completed in September 2007. This striking copper and larch-clad building was designed by the leading architectural practice, Page/ Park.


The 3 storey building extends over 20 000 sq. ft. and offers quality and competitively-priced small office accommodation. Targeting start-ups and expanding young companies from Clydebank and beyond, individual suites range in size from 250 - 1,144 sq. ft. The building is already home to many small diverse businesses with the buzz of people working in a pleasant environment. This development was part-financed by the European Regional Development Fund, with substantial support from the Scottish Government.


The specification is as follows:

  • Full raised access floors 
  • LG7 compliant lighting 
  • Individually alarmed suites 
  • Broadband access to each floor
  • Underfloor power, voice and data
  • Break out lounge on each floor
  • Lift access to all floors 
  • Fully DDA compliant
  • High quality male and female toilet facilities
  • Communal tea prep room on each floor
  • Shower facilities 
  • Secure entry system
  • Dedicated on site parking available 
  • 24 hour CCTV security system 
  • Dedicated mailbox
  • Bookable meeting room with audio visual facility 

These offices to let are currently marketed by our Subsidiary - Clydebank Property Company. For full details, including site plans and availability please visit the website below.

Floor plans




Name :
Clydebank Property
Tel :
0141 951 3420


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