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A major development project by Chris Stewart Group (CSG) on Edinburgh’s Royal Mile will be handed over to operators later this month to capitalise on the easing of restrictions on international tourism. 329 High Street was leased from the City of Edinburgh Council in 2019 and has been transfor

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The managing director of J&D Pierce Contracts was recognised at the inaugural Summit Entrepreneurship Awards last night. Derek Pierce took home the Entrepreneur of the Year prize at a stellar celebration dinner in Glasgow, beating Simon Hannah, MD at Filshill and Chris Stewart, CEO, Chris Stewar

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Chris Stewart Group (CSG) has added another award to its growing trophy cabinet having won the British Council for Offices (BCO) Refurbished/Recycled Workplace category for its Greenside development in Edinburgh. Situated on Blenheim Place, which backs onto Calton Hill, the 38,000 sq ft office build

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Chris Stewart Group has appointed ISG to deliver its flagship office and leisure project as part of the wider redevelopment of The Registers in Edinburgh. The mixed-use Mint Building scheme in St Andrew Square sees ISG create circa 61,000 sq ft of Grade A office accommodation and 11,000 sq ft of lei

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Commercial property investment development company Chris Stewart Group (CSG) has expanded its senior management team with an eye to future acquisitions and investments. The Edinburgh firm is looking to corner the urban regeneration market by adding Rory Stephens of Manse to its deal origination team

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A Scottish Government fund which provides loans for urban regeneration projects has been extended with the announcement of £8.9 million to support refurbished office space in central Edinburgh. The SPRUCE Fund (Scottish Partnership for Regeneration in Urban Centres) initially invested loans totalli

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Work on a major Edinburgh city centre development site has started after property firm Chris Stewart Group secured a £21 million funding package from the Royal Bank of Scotland. To be known as The Mint Building, the completed development will comprise c61,000 sq ft of Grade A office accommodation o

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The former headquarters of Royal Bank of Scotland in St Andrew Square, Edinburgh, is to become a restaurant. The Glasgow-based Di Maggio’s Group, which already has three outlets in the Capital, says it is set to invest £2 million in the project which will have a “Scottish influence at its heart

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