Refurbished Industrial and Office units are now available to let at Elliot Business Park, Arbroath.
With a population of 22,785 (Census 2001), Arbroath is the largest town in Angus.
Industry drives Arbroath's economy, ranging from fishing and food processing to engineering and packaging. This industry is supported by a busy port, substantial investment from the oil and gas sector and the development of Arbroath Enterprise Park which houses a number of major engineering companies.
In recent years the top performing retail centre in Scotland during 2004 was Arbroath according to the latest research by Colliers CRE and the town is home to key companies such as Abbey Fruit, , Reekie Steelec Ltd, Presentation Products Ltd and R R Spink and Sons Ltd.
Tourism is an important business sector for Arbroath. It is the location of the signing of the Declaration of Arbroath and of the Arbroath Smokie that recently gained 'Protected Geographical Interest' status from the European Commission. It is also home to historical attractions such as Arbroath Abbey, the Signal Tower Museum and the Bell Rock Lighthouse.
Arbroath has a number of local business groupings such as the Chamber of Commerce, Arbroath Business Association and (along with Carnoustie) the Federation of Small Businesses. It is also home to the Business Gateway Angus (01241 870563) which provides advice and support to businesses in Angus.
Arbroath has strong travel links, benefiting from the completion of the A92 dual carriageway from Dundee in 2005 providing a fast road for freight and passenger traffic. It also has a railway station with rail links to all the major cities and towns in the UK.