Derek Mackay officially opens Tayforth
Water’s Edge Creators Become Members of Important Local Business Network
In October 2017, Tayforth Properties were understandably proud to be accepted as the 550th member of the Dundee & Angus Chamber of Commerce. We feel our membership of such an important organisation underlines our commitment to the continuing success of the region as a whole and the waterfront area in particular. The business community here is thriving, and we plan to do the same.
Water’s Edge will play host to a wide and diverse range of tenants, with many of them working in cutting edge technology. The workspaces which have been created will lend themselves perfectly to inspiration and creativity, and the work that emanates from the building will surely consolidate Dundee’s position at the forefront of modern business practices.
The Dundee & Angus Chamber of Commerce (DACC) has been in existence for a number of years, and they currently represent organisations with more than 50,000 total employees. Their work provides vital connections and a great many commercial opportunities for their members.
Proud to be part of the buzz
DACC Chief Executive Alison Henderson recently presented a membership certificate to Stewart Clark, Managing Director of Tayforth Properties, after being shown around the development. Our building is located right in the heart of the waterfront area, giving us a unique insight into one of Europe’s most ambitious construction projects.
Situated at City Quay between Camperdown Dock and Victoria Dock, Water’s Edge will be an inspirational place in which to work, thanks to its position on the banks of the Tay. For both sizable organisations and solo freelancers alike, this is an environment that provides impact and encourages productivity on a daily basis.
Water’s Edge will be one of the finest workspaces in Scotland, and its design has created a significant buzz both locally and internationally. The granting of DACC membership to Tayforth Properties is another milestone on a journey that began with a disused transit shed in Dundee’s old docks region and will end with a state of the art working environment that will be the envy of millions.