Lumacron Technology has secured a significant tenant at Edinburgh Park, providing some relief to the estate’s under-occupied office space. The company will move its European headquarters to 4-5 Lochside Avenue, a £20m development owned by Knight Property Group. Lumacron has leased 12,814 sq ft on the ground floor on a 10-year deal and has relocated its staff from Dunfermline into the Grade A office space.
Lumacron is now located in one of Edinburgh Park’s most sustainable and modern office buildings, providing more space for the company’s future growth and development. The building was originally purchased by Knight in January 2020 and sits on a three-acre site in the heart of Edinburgh Park. Rather than demolish the pavilion-style building, Knight comprehensively redeveloped and refurbished it to provide open-plan Grade A office accommodation, ranging from 4,700 to 43,000 sq ft over three floors.
4-5 Lochside Avenue is an all-electric building, with an EPC ‘B+’ rating. It offers occupiers a net zero in operation office, aligned to Net Zero targets and Scottish Government ‘New Build Heat Standards’. It has also achieved UK Green Building Council 2025-2030 interim targets for operational energy use.
Edinburgh Park is home to 7,000 employees with surrounding occupiers including JP Morgan, Fujitsu, HSBC and Lloyds. Edinburgh Park benefits from good local amenities, including the Gyle Shopping Centre and Hermiston Gait Retail Park. JLL and CBRE are letting agents for Knight Property Group, whilst CuthbertWhite advised Lumacron.