Aves Business Centre prides itself in being in a central location of Inverclyde Here we introduce you to what’s in the area surrounding Aves Business Centre.
Inverclyde is made up of Wemyss Bay, Inverkip, Gourock, Greenock, Port Glasgow and Kilmacolm – but Greenock is where you will find the main town centre. The main street is West Blackhall Street going on to Hamilton Way, which is now the Oak Mall.Aves Business Centre is situated just off West Blackhall Street at 11 Jamaica Street. So as you can imagine, we are within a short walking distance of all the essentials- the bus routes, the train station, post boxes, the banks and many more.
On West Blackhall street, you will find most major bank and building society branches including Clydesdale, Nationwide, Royal Bank of Scotland etc – so you can access your finances at ease.
The life of a business owner is never easy, and sometimes it can be difficult to juggle work with all the necessary day-to-day things. There are many and varied shops nearby,from large supermarkets to long established local family run shoe and clothing businesses, and of course the Oak Mall for other items including, jewellery, cards and gifts.
Whether it’s Chinese, Indian, Italian or a mix, there are plenty of restaurants nearby for lunch, a business dinner or a quick carry out. Some local establishments offer clients at Aves Business Centre a discount.
Bus and taxi ranks are around the corner from the Aves Business Centre, and you will find both Greenock train stations just a short 10 minute walk away in either direction. These links all go to Glasgow, and for motorists, there are various parking options nearby from 2 hours free parking , to £1 all day parking!
Places of Interest
There are many beautiful and historic buildings around Aves Business Centre. To break up your day, a one minute stroll takes you to the Gothic MacLean Museum, full of relics of curiosity and antiquity.
A 5 minute stroll take you to the splendour of the Esplanade- where you can sit on a bench and watch the the toing and froing of boats and people,while you eat your traditional italian ice cream before returning, energised to your desk.
If you are ever looking for a recommendation of somewhere to go, or you don’t quite know your way around the area. Please do not hesitate to ask. We will be more than happy to point you in the right direction.