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CBRE has announced the launch to market of Portcullis House in Glasgow, representing a rare opportunity to acquire a detached office building in the heart of the city with extensive redevelopment opportunities. Located at 21 India Street, Portcullis House occupies a substantial heritable island site

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Scotland’s first three-level driving range and golf entertainment centre could be built in Rutherglen after South Lanarkshire Council recommended the approval of detailed planning permission.

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A former City of Glasgow College building could be transformed into office space and serviced apartments after the city landmark was sold for redevelopment. The B-listed building in North Hanover Street and Cathedral Street, which features a giant People Make Glasgow brand poster, has been acquired

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The regeneration of a key arterial site in Glasgow city centre has taken a step forward with the submission of a detailed planning application for a 283,000 sq ft Grade A office development by Osborne and Co. The £95 million investment by Osborne will deliver the first major activity on this prime

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The 150-bedroom Aloft Hotel, part of the new AECC project which includes The Event Complex Aberdeen (TECA), has “topped out” now that the structure has been completed. The hotel, located just north of the Hilton Hotel that adjoins TECA, will be the first building in Phase 2 of the AECC masterpla

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CCG and Cooper Cromar Architects have submitted plans for a new 136-home development in the Craigmillar area of Edinburgh on behalf of Places for People. Consisting of one and two bedroom apartments spread across a series of five blocks, the new development will be constructed upon the site of the f

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