Jon from Very Spexy Optical Boutique, shares why he set up a business in Peterhead, and his thoughts on Peterhead town centre post-covid.
Very Spexy Optical Boutique, discuss setting up a business in the pandemic. The importance of mind-set and identifying opportunities.
Ashton’s Beauty Bar – Running a business in Peterhead. Hurdles faced and overcome.
Vacant and Derelict Property Survey: The aim of this research is to determine further measures and interventions to encourage end users to bring these properties back into use.
Local customers will find that Peterhead town centre businesses have been working hard to offer not only safe environments, but new and exciting services, waiting to be explored, which were not available pre-pandemic.
A survey is being carried out on behalf of a Peterhead based property development company looking to survey the business community to find out what type of space they are looking for.
Amity Fish Company shared with Invest in Peterhead their own personal investment story, and why they consider Peterhead a great place to do business and invest.
A community vision and action plan for Peterhead town centre which seeks to re-establish the Drummers Corner area as a destination for social and leisure activities and become the recognised hub of community activity within the town.
The Town Centre Toolkit has been produced by Aberdeenshire Council and its partners to highlight information relating to the town centre support available, and to showcase town centre case studies which have been developed by members of the public, businesses, community councils, voluntary organisations and the public sector.
Peterhead will soon see the creation of a new build industrial development creating high quality/flexible commercial spaces. The development will be positioned on Grange Road, Peterhead.