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.
GVA has appointed two new regional senior directors to lead the business in Scotland. Alison Taylor and Stuart Agnew will assume their new posts as regional senior directors for Glasgow and Edinburgh respectively from 1 January 2019.
GVA has announced the sale of a residential development site in the heart of Glasgow’s west end on behalf of a private client to Queensberry Properties Ltd. The site has a detailed planning consent for 45 apartments and four townhouses and is located on Otago Lane, benefitting from an excellent ou
Work on Stirling’s first purpose built student accommodation development is due to commence in early 2018 Transactional activity in Scotland’s Purpose-Built Student Accommodation (PBSA) topped £100 million in 2017 as applicant numbers increased for the fifth year in a row.
Planning permission has been granted for a new mixed-use quarter including 400 new homes in central Glasgow. The masterplan for Central Quay, a seven-acre site on the western edge of Glasgow city centre, also includes over 300,000 sq. ft. of offices, a 150-bed hotel, food and retail units and an ext
A build to rent project is underway at Edinburgh's Fountainbridge A strategic partnership has been appointed by Scottish Futures Trust (SFT) to advise on the Scottish Government’s landmark policy for supporting the emerging professionally managed Build-to-Rent (BTR) sector.
GVA’s Peter Fraser on why proposals to extend the tram service to Leith could see the area’s conversion into one of the premier places in Edinburgh to live, work and visit. Other than the famous footballing rivalry between Hearts and Hibernian, you may struggle to find a more divisive subject in
(from left): Ross Martin, chair of the British Waterways Trust; Jennifer Tempany, head of Business Development at Forth Valley College; Falkirk Council leader Councillor Cecil Meiklejohn; Keith Aitken, regional senior director of GVA; Douglas Duff, head of planning and economic development at Falkir
GVA has been involved with the planning of the Edinburgh St. James’ development and the extension to the Bon Accord Centre in Aberdeen (above) Planning expert Chris Miller on the challenges and opportunities facing town-centre shopping centres.
Commercial property advisor GVA has been appointed by Falkirk Council to help attract investment for its Falkirk Gateway development. The council created the Gateway development site in a bid to entice investors and therefore boost the future economic prosperity of the area. GVA’s role in the comi