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Edinburgh post-pandemic house prices grow by over £60,000

Published 1 year ago

Edinburgh-based solicitors and estate agents Lindsays has reported that average house prices in the city have risen by over £60,000 since before the Covid-19 pandemic.

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CBRE secures occupier for last remaining unit at Berryden Retail Park for £250,000 per annum

Published 1 year ago

CBRE has successfully filled the last vacant unit at Berryden Retail Park in Aberdeen by securing The Food Warehouse as a tenant on behalf of Frasers Group.

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Savills expands Glasgow engineering consultancy

Published 1 year ago

Savills has continued to expand its engineering & design consultancy (EDC) team with the appointment of Martin McClafferty as associate director and William Johnston as associate in Glasgow.

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Katie Smart named director at Places for People Scotland

Published 1 year ago

Places for People Scotland has today announced the appointment of Katie Smart as its new director.

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FG Burnett director Graeme Watt retires as Iona Foubister joins the board

Published 1 year ago

Property consultant FG Burnett has announced the retirement of Graeme Watt after 42 years of service with building consultancy director Iona Foubister simultaneously joining the firm’s board.

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Soller Group gains approval for 357-apartment BTR development in Glasgow

Published 1 year ago

Soller Group has secured planning approval for Dundas Square, a 357-apartment development in central Glasgow’s Cowcaddens district.

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Rettie & Co’s Investment team secures sale of £7.25m residential portfolio

Published 1 year ago

Rettie & Co’s Investment team has sold a 76-unit, £7.25 million residential portfolio in the Central Belt of Scotland to a local buyer on behalf of Picture Living Investments.

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Work begins on George Street office ‘defurbishment’ project

Published 1 year ago

Work has begun on a major project at a well-known George Street building which will deliver the first ‘defurbished’ office space on one of Edinburgh’s main thoroughfares.

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In Pictures: First look inside redeveloped historic Steiner School

Published 1 year ago

A three-bedroom penthouse apartment that forms part of the New Steiner development and boasts the “best views” of Glasgow has now been completed.

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JLL promotes Fraser Blackwood to director of planning, energy & infrastructure

Published 1 year ago

JLL has appointed Fraser Blackwood as a director in its planning energy & infrastructure team.

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Edinburgh’s Filmhouse building sells for £2.65 million

Published 1 year ago

Administrators have sold the former Edinburgh Filmhouse building for £2.65 million to an unnamed buyer.

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Argyll’s Glen Shira Forest hits market at £29m amid high demand for timber investments

Published 1 year ago

Glen Shira Forest, a 2,200-hectare commercial conifer forest overlooking Loch Fyne in Argyll, has been brought to market for over £29 million.

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Small uptick in average price of Scottish property

Published 1 year ago

The average price of a Scottish property in February 2023 was £180,287, an increase of 1% on February 2022, the latest provisional statistics from the UK HPI show.

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Edinburgh office vacancy rates drop as demand for outstrips supply

Published 1 year ago

Edinburgh’s office market has experienced a robust beginning to the year, driven primarily by the technology, media, and telecommunications (TMT) sector, despite facing significant macro-economic challenges, according to recent analysis from Knight Frank.

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Billionaire family expands empire with Bon Accord shopping centre purchase

Published 1 year ago

Zakir Issa, a sibling of the billionaire Issa brothers who own Asda, has acquired the Bon Accord shopping centre in Aberdeen through EP Properties for a sum believed to be less than £10 million.

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