Clyde Gate lies at the southern end of Agamemnon Street and
stretches down to the river. The site is bounded on one side by the
Cable Depot Road industrial estate and on the other side by the
Golden Jubilee Hospital.
Clydebank Re-built has completed the decontamination of the site
and provision of new roads, services and landscape to facilitate
business space. The main enabling works improve the road
infrastructure through realigning Cable Depot Road and the creation
of a new roundabout and public realm area to improve access and
views to the river.
The new business platform extends to 4.5 acres and is capable of
providing up to 12 individual pavilions up to a total of 90,000 sq
Work is now complete on the first pavilion by
Clydebank Re-built, Change House, to provide a 2/3 storey
building offering 12,000 sq ft of accommodation.
The ground floor has been acquired by a child care
nursery provider, Nursery Times, in response to local demand for
The new commercial area includes a public park, access
to the riverside complemented with a new walkway along the full
length of the business park. The focus in the park is the
sculpture "change" by the young Scottish artist Hill
The main drivers for development were to create the
infrastructure for new business premises, safe and easy access to
the Hospital for pedestrians and to open up a public transport
The infrastructure works were completed in December 2008 and
change House was completed in 2010.