Galashiels is the largest town in the Scottish Borders and is known for its commercial centre and traditionally for textile manufacturing. It is now also home to Heriot-Watt University School of Textiles and Design and the town is generally well situated in the Borders to service Melrose (4.5 miles), Hawick (18 miles), Peebles (19 miles) and Kelso (17 miles).
More precisely Tweedbank Industrial Estate is situated on the south side of Galashiels town centre adjacent to Tweedbank Drive and the A6091. Occupiers of the estate include Plumbstore, Bathroom Planet, Scottish Borders Council, Edmundson Electrical, Southern Accident Repair Centre, Adam Purves Mitsubishi and Magnet.
Edinburgh is accessed via the A7 and A68 and is approximately 35 miles to the north.
The new Tweedbank Railway Station has just opened and is the most southern station of the new Borders Railway which provides a direct link to Edinburgh Waverley in 55 minutes.