Green light for £65m Scottish factory of the future
Plans to build a £65m advanced manufacturing facility in Refrewshire have been given the green light.
The National Manufacturing Institute of Scotland will be built at the Netherton Campus in Paisley and is designed by architect HLM to be a carbon neutral building
The advanced manufacturing centre will include a skills academy, a fully digitalised factory of the future and a collaboration hub.
It will form a key part of a developing advanced manufacturing innovation district next to Glasgow airport, which includes the Advanced Forming Research Centre at Inchinnan and the new Lightweight Manufacturing Centre in Renfrew.