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Shepherd and Wedderburn relocates Edinburgh headquarters to Haymarket

Published 11 months ago

Shepherd and Wedderburn has relocated its Edinburgh headquarters to the new Haymarket grade A office development, taking a lease of the top two floors of 9 Haymarket Square which it moved into in May.

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New Amsterdam Invest purchases two Glasgow office buildings for £18m

Published 11 months ago

Two prominent office buildings in Glasgow have changed hands for just over £18 million, in two of the city’s biggest deals so far in 2023.

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Singapore’s Buxani Group buys historic Scottish hotel

Published 11 months ago

Business property adviser Christie & Co has successfully managed the sale of the Best Western Plus Keavil House Hotel.

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Edinburgh’s commercial property strategy generates £15m

Published 11 months ago

A recently updated report has revealed that the City of Edinburgh Council’s investment in commercial property is bolstering local businesses while generating over £15 million annually for crucial public services.

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Call-In Homecare expands Leith headquarters

Published 11 months ago

Edinburgh-based homecare services provider, Call-In Homecare, has broadened its headquarters in Leith’s Sugar Bond building, securing 7,648 square feet of revamped office space on a fresh lease from Pure Offices.

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Former Aberdeen Hilton hotel to be transformed into student flats

Published 11 months ago

A former Aberdeen hotel is to be developed into student accommodation following the completion of a £9.7 million development loan facility.

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RICS appoints real estate veteran Justin Young as CEO

Published 11 months ago

Justin Young has been appointed as the new chief executive officer of the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), effective 5 July 2023.

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Two Edinburgh office properties change hands for £40m

Published 11 months ago

In two separate transactions totalling nearly £40 million, two Edinburgh office properties have been acquired by FSX Holdings and Catella APAM.

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Family home on prestigious St Andrews street hits market for £4m

Published 1 year ago

A five-bedroom property on The Scores, one of the most sought-after streets in St. Andrews, has been brought to market by Savills with offers starting at £4 million.

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AM Alpha unveils revamped green office development 200 Broomielaw

Published 1 year ago

AM Alpha’s newly refurbished landmark office development, 200 Broomielaw, has officially been launched on the Glasgow city centre market.

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‘Regulation overhaul’ required to accelerate ESG success in housebuilding sector

Published 1 year ago

Clearer Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) regulation is needed to accelerate success and growth opportunities in the housebuilding sector, a joint study from law firm Womble Bond Dickinson and the University of Cambridge has found.

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High demand for semi-detached properties fuels Scottish house price surge

Published 1 year ago

The Scottish housing market continues to demonstrate strong resilience amidst increasing prices, as revealed by the latest data from Walker Fraser Steele.

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Avison Young makes new promotions in Glasgow office

Published 1 year ago

Real estate advisor Avison Young has announced two promotions in its Glasgow office.

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Savills markets historic Dunbeath Castle & Estate at offers over £25 million

Published 1 year ago

Savills is marketing Dunbeath Estate and Castle for offers over £25 million. 

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£15.7m investment to attract manufacturing businesses and jobs to Clyde Gateway

Published 1 year ago

Scottish Enterprise and Clyde Gateway have entered into a Memorandum of Understanding aimed at leveraging up to £16 million of support towards a planned £60m construction programme over the next five years to create low carbon energy efficient business space for high value manufacturing occupiers.

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