Wellness Centre to open at Prime Four
Planning application submitted
The construction of a significant wellness centre to provide a range of healthcare services for companies as well as families and individual customers is the latest building complex to be announced at Prime Four Business Park in Kingswells.
The One Healthcare Group, will operate the 45,000 square feet state-of-the-art centre at the business park. The facility will comprise of wellness suites for health screening and occupational health services with consulting, diagnostics and treatment rooms and bedrooms with associated parking.
A detailed planning application on behalf of park developers Drum Property Group and One Healthcare Group has been submitted for consideration by Aberdeen City Council. Subject to planning consent, the new facility will be built to One Healthcare's specifications by Drum Property Group, with construction beginning before the end of 2015.
Prime Four has been specifically selected by One Healthcare Group due to its excellent location and access, and with the customer in mind, the extensive amenities and facilities on site, and the opportunity for ample parking.
The centre will introduce leading edge technology and design features within the complex, aimed at specifically enhancing the patients’ experience and wellbeing.
The One Healthcare Management team has been responsible for the financing, development and operation of over 50 similar centres across the UK over the last 25 years.
Drum Group Managing Director Graeme Bone commented:
"We are delighted to be working in partnership with One Healthcare to Prime Four, and, pending the relevant consents, to be building the first new wellness centre in Aberdeen in 25 years. The provision of company and personal health care services adds real complementary value to the mix of services and amenities already in place at Prime Four, and the new centre will deliver real benefits for residents of Aberdeen and the surrounding area.
“Despite the challenging market conditions currently facing the area we continue to experience strong interest in Prime Four, and this demonstration of commitment to Aberdeen by One Healthcare follows hard on the heels of LR Energy’s decision to establish a new UK base at the park and adds to Prime Four's reputation as an International-class working environment and global hub for the energy and services industries.
"With the arrival of the wellness centre , and the recent major arrivals from the energy sector, Prime Four will continue to play a major role in generating hugely significant economic activity for the north east of Scotland well into the foreseeable future."
Adrian Stevensen, Chief Executive of One Healthcare said, “We are very excited to be opening a new facility in Aberdeen. Our objective is to provide the very best level of care, delivered by leading consultants, in state-of-the-art, well equipped and purpose-built healthcare facilities.
We understand the needs of our customers, and offer an unrivalled care package, delivered by experienced and empathetic care teams. ”
One Healthcare will join major energy operators LR Energy, Statoil, Apache, Nexen, Transocean, OneSubsea and Premier Oil, and accountants Anderson Anderson Brown, at Prime Four.
Social amenities at Prime Four are now operational and include the Fourcourt plaza, designed to be the park’s social hub and comprising a multi use sports pitch, a new Village Urban Resort hotel and health club complex, a Starbucks, a Victory cafe bar and restaurant and the Fresh takeaway delicatessen. In addition, pre-school childcare has also been introduced to the park with Kingswellies Nursery opening in early April.23/04/2015