The Michael Lynch Centre for Enterprise is an 8600 sq ft facility located in the heart of Ardrossan town centre designed to serve the business needs of North Ayrshire.
Developed and managed by Cunninghame Housing Association, the Centre contains quality offices, providing the ideal environment for new and established businesses and social enterprises. The Centre is named after the late Reverend Michael Lynch, former Chair of the Association.
Eighteen offices and 2 training rooms are laid out over 2 floors within our custom built facility in Princes Street, Ardrossan and all our facilities are fully accessible and DDA compliant. The Centre is a stones throw from the regeneration initiatives at Ardrossan Marina. It is easily accessible by public transport and has secure car parking for up to 25 vehicles.
A range of social and private sector enterprises are currently located in the Centre:
- Community Housing Advocacy Project (CHAP)
- Ayrshire Independent Living Network (AILN)
- Cappal Dorcha
- Recovery Across Mental Health (RAMH)
Our CLYDEPORT SUITE contains a range of offices, from single rooms at 200 sq ft to interconnecting suites at 1000 sq ft, that suit the needs of new start and expanding businesses. We offer competitive rates and terms which are fully inclusive of rent, rates, heat and light charges, office cleaning, manned reception services, buildings insurance, basic broadband, internet and e-mail services, commercial refuse collection charges, common kitchen facilities and a furnished staff rest room.
Approach Ardrossan via A78 from North or South. Follow signs for Arran Ferry. Continue along Glasgow Street. Turn left into Princes Street at the traffic lights. Turn left into Hill Street and Michael Lynch Centre car parking is signposted on the right.
The Michael Lynch Centre is situated immediately adjacent to Ardrossan Town Rail station.
Cunninghame Housing Association would like to acknowledge the support of our funding partners without whom the development of the Michael Lynch Centre for Enterprise would not have been possible:
- Communities Scotland
- Western Scotland European Objective 2 Programme 2000-2006
- North Ayrshire Community Planning Partnership
- Scottish Enterprise Ayrshire
- North Ayrshire Council
- MacTaggart Construction