JLL has made a senior appointment to lead its Scottish lease advisory team with the appointment of director Andrew Cartmail. He takes over from Sandy Gray who retires in March after over 30 years with the business.
Andy Irvine is to retire as chairman of JLL Scotland at the end of the year following a 42-year career with the firm. The former Scotland rugby international joined Jones Lang Wootton in 1978 to create a specialised investment team in Edinburgh and was promoted to lead the Edinburgh office in 1986.
A rare Grade ‘A’ listed building on one of Glasgow’s most prominent street corners has been put up for sale with a price tag of offers over £3 million. The historic property at 2-10 Bothwell Street was built in 1849 during the height of the Victorian era. It was redeveloped f
Calum Cowe has been appointed as the new director of JLL's growing Scottish investment team. Mr Cowe will join the property consultants as director within its capital markets team after spending over eight years at Cushman & Wakefield. He joined as a graduate and rose through the ranks to become
The future of one of the largest brownfield sites in the UK has taken a major step forward as a range of new development plots are brought to the market. A visual showing what the fully built-out Westfield development will look like
Property consultancy JLL has appointed a new director to its Scottish investment team. Andrew Shiells will join JLL as director within its capital markets team following five years with Lambert Smith Hampton.
Eildon Housing Association has secured a £40 million private placement deal with the Pension Insurance Corporation (PIC), the major investor’s first private placement with a Scottish housing association.
Edinburgh Waverley station. Image: Network Rail Network Rail has unveiled an internationally recognised team of engineers, architects and urban planners it has appointed to help shape the long term future of Edinburgh’s Waverley Station.
The number of homes being built in Scotland is significantly lower than Scottish Government targets and does not meet current demands, according to new research. A report by property consultancy JLL has concluded that Scotland faces an “enormous challenge” to build the homes needed for a growing