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The site occupies a high profile location on the main access road linking Junction 26 - M8 with the Braehead Park area. The subjects are 1 mile from Renfrew town centre (approx. 22,500 population) and 6 miles west of Glasgow city centre.

The wider Braehead Park offers significant amenity with Braehead Shopping Centre 650,000 sq ft; Braehead Retail Park 104,000 sqft; Xsite 460,000 sq ft; Sainsburys 100,000 sq ft; Ikea 300,000 sq ft; Decathlon 40,000 sq ft.

Braehead Park showcases some of the best and most successful retailers in Scotland with occupiers including M&S, Next, Boots, Primark, Sainsburys, Ikea, Currys, Decathlon, Apple and JD Sports.

Renfrew Town Centre lies to the west, Queen Elizabeth University Hospital to the east; and the wider Motorway network/Clyde tunnel is accessed via the adjacent Junction 26 - M8.

The subjects comprise a 2.2 acre site located immediately to the south of the existing 40,000 sq ft Decathlon Braehead store. Vehicle access to the site is from the existing point on Old Govan Road, with a further access from Rocep Drive to the south.

The site can accommodate a new-build foodstore or retail warehouse of up to 26,000 sq ft. with approximately 350 free car parking spaces shared with Decathlon.

The visibility of the site and buildings will be greatly improved by the removal of trees and landscaping to enhance prominence from the adjoining main roads.

The site lies within the Renfrewshire Council area. The development plan comprises the Renfrewshire Local Development Plan 2021 (adopted 15 December 2021). The site is identified as within the settlement boundary for Renfrew and is adjacent to the Braehead Strategic Commercial Centre.

The nature and location of the site, and its planning history support the principle for development of the site for retail use subject to a sequential assessment. We would note there are no current vacancies at Braehead Retail Park which is positive in the context of the site.