New signage points the way to Hillington Park
Around 350 new signs are soon to begin appearing across Hillington Park’s 419 acre site.

As a key part of the continued investment by the hundreds of new signs will assist with navigation and will mark clearly the locations and positions of the many hundreds of organisations based on the Park.

This the latest phase of infrastructure improvements which have already included an upgrade of Hillington Park’s arrival experience, road improvements and landscaping.

Jamie Cumming, commercial director at Hillington Park said: “The continued investment and improvements to the Park are essential as we work hard to maintain Hillington Park’s position as a prime location for businesses. The sheer size of the Park brings its own challenges from a navigation point of view so installing hundreds of new directory and location signs will go some way to improving movement around the Park.”

The entrance to the Park from the M8, which is used by 95,000 vehicles every day, recently benefitted from a programme of new tree and shrubbery planting and a major upgrade to the main roundabout at Hillington Road. The Park’s largest new sign – a striking new ‘welcome’ totem – was also installed.