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Strategic real estate advisor Avison Young has promoted Paul Broad and Andrew Renouf to principal in its Glasgow office as the firm continues to expand its transactional and consultancy services in Scotland. Mr Broad has been with the business for six years joining from Cushman’s in 2016. Sinc

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Strategic real estate advisor Avison Young has highlighted a change in office occupier strategy in Scotland in the first quarter of 2022 as it released its latest quarterly Big Nine office market update. The Big Nine quarterly review shows the take-up in the major regional office occupier marke

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A detailed analysis of future options for the fire-hit Mackintosh Building at the Glasgow School of Art (GSA) has concluded that a faithful reinstatement within the practical constraints of the regulatory environment is the preferred option for the facility.

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During the first quarter of 2021, office take-up Glasgow city centre was 250,659 sq. ft., which was up 66% on the 10-year average, according to real estate advisor Avison Young. According to the firm's latest quarterly Glasgow office market update, for out of town, there was similar substantial dema

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Strategic real estate advisor Avison Young is expanding its Land & Development team in Scotland with the appointment of a new associate director. Deborah Bruce joins Avison Young from The City of Edinburgh Council, where she gained development, valuation and transactional experience in and aroun

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Strategic real estate advisor Avison Young has promoted Kerry Maguire to director in the valuation consultancy team. Based in Avison Young’s Glasgow office, Kerry is an RICS registered valuer with twenty years of experience in commercial property. She has experience in undertaking valuati

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The hotel sector is an important driver for the economic growth of Glasgow with the industry supporting strong commercial and leisure demand that is expected to continue into 2020, according to a new report by Avison Young. The report expects the city’s buoyant hotel sector to continue to grow

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Avison Young has further strengthened its senior leadership teams in Glasgow and Edinburgh after announcing a trio of Scottish promotions. Gillian Brown will become a director in the Property Management Consultancy (PMC) team in Edinburgh while Stuart Jolly and Murray Watson take up director roles i

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Commercial real estate services firm Avison Young has added four new principals in Scotland. Alison Taylor in Glasgow, and Stuart Agnew in Edinburgh, along with Gordon Martin and Danny Lafferty are among 100-plus new principals following the firm’s recent acquisition of UK real estate advisory

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Global commercial real estate services firm Avison Young has completed the acquisition of GVA which has offices in Edinburgh and Glasgow. The move will see the two companies combine under the Avison Young brand.

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