How to get here!

Car:

Immediately accessible from the A956 (Ellon Road) and A92 (The Parkway).


Bus:

Aberdeen Energy Park:


First Group Red Line Nos. 1 & 2 
First Group No. 40 Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre Park & Ride

Please contact the operators for updates to these services.

Aberdeen Innovation Park:


First Group Red Line Nos. 1 & 2

Please contact the operators for updates to these services.

Train:

National and local services access Aberdeen Rail Station in the city centre,
a short drive from the Parks. For details of services available please refer to
national and local rail providers: nationalrail.co.uk

Plane:

Aberdeen Airport at Dyce is 9 miles north west of the Park. The airport
 provides frequent services to cities throughout the UK and Europe.

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The ‘Energy’ Capital

Aberdeen is about energy and not just the oil, gas
 and renewables sector that have led to the city
 becoming the energy capital of Europe.
 Entrepreneurial flare, drive and ambition have
resulted in Aberdeen being ranked as one of the
 UK’s most competitive cities. Home to five of 
Scotland’s top ten businesses, the city has the
highest business birth rate in the UK after London.

With a population of 224,970 and a regional
 catchment population of over 500,000, the city is the 
administrative capital of the North East of Scotland

and benefits from two universities, an expanding
 international harbour and airport, seven major
 research institutes, together with world-renowned
 food, fisheries and agricultural research 
establishments.

The continuing strength of Aberdeen’s economy
 has consistently bucked national and
 international trends with its high wage, high skills 
base, consistently low levels of unemployment 
and a GDP per worker, which is the highest in
 Scotland.

Drive times

In no time at all you can be in the centre of Aberdeen or any of Scotland’s major cities.


  • Aberdeen City Centre 10 minutes
  • Dundee 1 hour 40 minutes
  • Inverness 2 hours 30 minutes
  • Stirling 2 hours 30 minutes
  • Edinburgh 2 hours 30 minutes
  • Glasgow 2 hours 40 minutes

And with access being provided to the north of our parks via the Aberdeen Western
 Peripheral Route (AWPR), and the new Diamond Bridge (The Third Don Crossing in
 Aberdeen) now open, connectivity is better than ever.

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Heathrow: 1 hour 30 minutes


Oslo: 1 hour 40 minutes

With Aberdeen Airport accessible within 13 minutes' drive time
 it's easy to get away for business or pleasure.