Sarah Speirs The latest RICS UK Residential Market Survey has determined that Scottish house prices expected to rise by 4.2 per cent per annum, over the next five years (a cumulative increase of around 25 per cent).
Scottish Borders Council has given the go-ahead for a £12m replacement for Langlee Primary in Galashiels. The three-storey school will have 14 classrooms, a nursery, an adjoining special needs centre and a sports hall.
Plans for a massive new student housing scheme in an Aberdeen community have been officially lodged. Property management company, Telereal Trillium, is aiming to build accommodation for 425 students at the former BT telephone engineering centre, situated at the city’s Froghall Terrace.
Revised plans for an education overhaul in Dumfries mean the costs of its first phase could rise by more than £21m. Nearly £45m was allocated to a learning hub, north west Dumfries campus and an upgrade of St Joseph's College.
Scotland’s town planners are being given a run for their money by a group of students from West College Scotland who are taking on a challenge, called Place Matters -‘Images of Enterprise’, to come up with artistic interpretations of what an enterprising town should look like. One of the early
Workers on a building site in Dorset have been left scratching their heads after they were forced to surround a car with rumble because its owner never showed up to move it. The Vauxhall Fontera 4x4 will now be boxed in for the next six weeks after builders at the new retail complex in Christchurch
Eighty-six properties have been completed in the final phase of Sanctuary Scotland's £30 million regeneration of Shortroods, Paisley. The properties range from one-bedroom cottage flats to three-bedroom family houses. Fifty-six of the homes are now being rented by happy tenants.
Scottish factoring and letting services firm Newton Property has purchased Glasgow-based property management company, Greenhome Property Management, for an undisclosed sum in a “substantial deal”. The acquisition, which comes hot on the heels of Newton Property’s recent merger with Aberdeen-ba
Miller Developments Ltd and Craigrossie Properties Ltd have bought a former pigment manufacturing plant in Renfrewshire in a multi-million pound deal. Residential redevelopment plans for the 63-acre site will be submitted to the local council.