Chris Stewart Cabinet secretary for the economy Keith Brown and property developer Chris Stewart will today co-chair the inaugural Scottish Real Estate Forum, established to underline the status of the property sector as a key economic driver.
View of George Square from Hanover Street The Glasgow Chamber of Commerce has backed plans for the £70 million regeneration of a site on the north east corner of George Square which are being submitted for planning permission this week.
Plans have been unveiled to renovate the Royal Bank of Scotland’s former home on Edinburgh’s St Andrew Square into luxury serviced apartments, restaurants, bars, retail outlets and a gym. The former banking hall will be transformed into a 200-cover bar and restaurant while city restaurant Bon Vi
The Chris Stewart Group (CSG) has unveiled plans to modernise and upgrade Blenheim House in Edinburgh after acquiring the office building in the east end of the city centre. Providing 35,000 sq ft of Grade A office accommodation over five floors, with 19 car parking spaces, Blenheim House was owned
Plans to develop a complex of mixed-use buildings just off Glasgow’s George Square are being unveiled today at a public exhibition. Chris Stewart Group will reveal its proposals for 59 serviced apartments, 375 student flats and 23,688 sq/ft of commercial space on vacant property which it acquired
The Young Professionals in Construction (YPiC) networking group is to build on its hugely successful inaugural event with a second meeting, this time in Glasgow. The second YPiC Wednesday will be hosted in The Corinthian Club, on the 9th December from 6:30 pm till 8:30pm.
The Advocate’s Close project in Edinburgh has been named as the national Project of the Year by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS). Occupying an historical site within the heart of Edinburgh’s Old Town, the development which was delivered by Thomas & Adamson surveyors and Mo
A group of young construction professionals is to host its first event which aims to widen the professional networks of junior people from all areas of the Scottish construction industry. Young Professionals in Construction (YPiC) said it hopes to fill a void experienced in the construction industry
Glasgow City Council is set to sell some unused land to make way for 59 serviced apartments, 375 student flats and 23,688 sq/ft of commercial space. The property on Martha Street is part of a major new development which also includes the A-listed Council Parish Halls on George Street.