IRVINE Bay Regeneration Company is to use its annual public meeting to help promote the area to potential investors and employers.
The theme of the event – taking place at the Gailes Hotel in Irvine in June – is Irvine Bay – an enterprising area for business with the focus on the key part being played by the Irvine Enterprise Area.
The meeting will take place at the Gailes Hotel in Irvine on Wednesday 5 June.
During the day there will also be an invitation-only element to the day around tours of the Enterprise Area. This will be aimed at potential investors and business people.
For the general public, and in order to allow as many to attend as possible, there will be two opportunities to attend the APM – at 11am and at 6pm.
Doors will open at 10am for the first event, when refreshments will be served, and refreshments will also be served after the conclusion of the second event.
Patrick Wiggins, chief executive of Irvine Bay, said: “The APM offers people the chance to hear all that we are doing, hear about some of our future plans, and to make themselves more aware of the key role to be played by Irvine Enterprise Area in attracting businesses, jobs and investment to the area.
“We are also taking the opportunity to invite potential developers, investors and employers to a special event designed to let them see the opportunities that exist for them in the Enterprise Area.”
Guests are asked to register their attendance online at or call 0845 60 66 826. The event is free of charge.
Irvine Bay Regeneration Company seeks to develop and revitalise the five towns of Ardrossan, Saltcoats, Stevenston, Kilwinning and Irvine in North Ayrshire through a ten to twelve year programme to boost the local economy and make the area an attractive and prosperous place to live, work and to visit.
Our partners are North Ayrshire Council, Scottish Enterprise and the Scottish Government.
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