Planning Permission Granted for Bandeath Maturation Warehouse

We are thrilled to announce a significant milestone in our project for Ian Macleod Distillers as planning permission has been successfully secured for an innovative new maturation warehouse facility in Stirling.

The facility is set to become an integral part of the Bandeath Industrial Estate located in the Throsk area of Stirling. The maturation warehouse will play a vital role in the intricate cask transport network that connects various components of the IMD estate.

The warehouses will hold casks from all of Ian Macleod’s distilleries, which are Rosebank in Falkirk, Glengoyne in Stirlingshire and Tamdhu in Knockando on Speyside. The matured whisky will then be transferred by road tanker to IMD’s bottling facility in Broxburn.

Nestled within Stirling’s industrial hub, the site will house a complex of contemporary buildings, comprising of nine whisky storage warehouses, a blend centre associated to a state-of-the-art tank farm, and an office building.

A modern take on a traditional warehouse design, the project draws inspiration from the sequenced pitched roofs of historic storage and industrial buildings.

The development hopes to create 40 jobs in the Stirling area, and 55 jobs during the construction of the project.

The team at MLA are looking forward to the next stages of the project, working closely with our client Ian Macleod Distillers and the design team.