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Officially opened in 2018, The ingram Enterprise Centre in Kilmarnock was one of over 20 regeneration projects which we've  handled in and around Kilmarnock Town Centre.

The striking, beautifully restored Victorian Ballochmyle sandstone building sits in a prominent position at the top of the town's John Finnie Street and is now home to a host of new and expanding businesses, taking advantage of the building's fully serviced office suites and meeting rooms which are designed to provide the ideal environment to foster success for entrepreneurs. 

Originally designed by prominent local architect, Robert Ingram, after whom the new venture is named, it first opened as offices for Ingram Bros Architects in 1895. 

The newly refurbished and renamed Ingram Enterprise Centre was conceived and is now run by East Ayrshire Council's Economic Development Team. With state of the art connectivity and business facilities, tenants can access a full range of business support, with the added bonus of the presence of Business Gateway office based on the ground floor. 

The project was funded by East Ayrshire Council in conjunction with   Scottish Government’s Regeneration Capital Grant Fund (RCGF),  Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF),  Kilmarnock Townscape Heritage Initiative (KTHI) and was built to award winning standards thanks to extensive input from Historic Environment Scotland

More information

Read Historic Environment Scotland's Ingram Enterprise Centre Case Study 

View the Brochure for potential tenants on Invest East Ayrshire website

Read our press releases on the story so far:

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Rent an office at Ingram Business Centre

For further information about offices available and business support, contact: 01563 503237  email or visit Invest East Ayrshire

Contact Information

Planning and Economic Development
Opera House
8 John Finnie Street
Telephone: 01563 576790

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