Property company London and Regional has acquired Pyramids Business Park from Ashfield Land and has plans to develop the site further.

The former manufacturing site already plays host to Amazon’s Good Omens 2.

The site, first developed by Motorola as a manufacturing base for its mobile phone business, currently totals 375,000 sq ft of office, production, studio and industrial accommodation across 93 acres. The site is located off Junction 3A of the M8 at Bathgate, approximately 20 miles west of Edinburgh city centre and 12 miles from Edinburgh International Airport.

Deals have already been agreed with occupiers including Amazon Studios and the BBC, and include filming of the second series of Good Omens at the Pyramids Studios.

L&R will now “endeavour to create a world class, sustainable long-term future for the film making industry in Scotland.”

A planning application to expand the studios has already been submitted. Future longer-term developments are also being considered, to ensure the sustainability of the use and film making in Scotland.

L&R are working with West Lothian Council, The Scottish Government and Screen Scotland.

London and Regional (L&R) is one of Europe’s largest privately owned property groups, comprising a global £9bn portfolio of commercial and hospitality real estate.


Jon Creamer

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