With a population of over 358,000 Fife is one of Scotland's most varied and economically wide-ranging areas and John Smith Business Park offers great potential for businesses wishing to relocate to or expand within Fife.

In the past few years, financial and business services have played a key role in driving growth and creating new jobs in the area. Major companies in Fife include some of the biggest names in business: Intelligent Finance, Halifax Bank of Scotland, Dunfermline Building Society, BSkyB and the headquarters of Scottish Water. Tourism is also making a significant contribution to the local economy.

Alongside the growth of the service sector, Fife still retains a high proportion of employment in high quality manufacturing and engineering.

The Invest in Fife partnership offers advice and support to any business which is interested in investing at John Smith Business Park.



Living in Fife means the opportunity to enjoy the benefits of coast or rural living and the convenience of modern towns and cities. Fife offers more choice and real value with competitive house prices and a cost of living below the Scottish average.
With some of Scotland's finest, award winning beaches, forests and hills, you have a varied and attractive landscape right on your doorstep anywhere in Fife.

Reminders of the area’s rich heritage can be found across Fife in historic villages, castles and palaces. Fife is also the Home of Golf, and home to the most famous golf course in the world - the Old Course in St Andrews, which attracts thousands of visitors to the area every year.

John Smith Business Park enjoys the benefit of being adjacent to the successful Fife Central Retail Park, home to many household names including Sainsbury's, Boots and Next.