No available new office space is currently under construction in Edinburgh despite a strong rise in demand from occupiers as they return to the workplace, threatening the city's economic growth, Knight Frank has said.
Confidence continues to return to Aberdeen’s industrial property market, after a strong first three months in 2022, according to new analysis from Knight Frank. The independent commercial property consultancy found that 235,344 sq. ft. of industrial space was transacted during the first quarte
Andrew Hill, lease advisory partner at Knight Frank Edinburgh, discusses rents within Scotland's commercial property market. The pandemic has been with us for two full financial years – it, therefore, feels like an apt time to look back on how that has affected the rents occupiers can expect t
Aberdeen’s office market could outperform 2021’s total take-up in the first half of this year, as confidence picks up and the oil price remains at sustained high levels, according to new analysis from Knight Frank.
Edinburgh’s iconic Jenners department store and Glasgow’s Buchanan Galleries may have changes of use ahead of them, but new analysis from Knight Frank indicates Scotland’s two largest cities are among the most resilient retail centres in the UK.
Knight Frank has added to its building consultancy division in Scotland with the appointment of highly experienced surveyor Gordon Hamilton. Based in Edinburgh with a Scotland-wide remit, Gordon has been appointed as an associate, joining Knight Frank from Trident.
A strong final quarter in 2021 saw office take-up in Edinburgh continue its recovery from the Covid-19 pandemic and start the new year with renewed positivity, according to new analysis from Knight Frank.
Industrial property and retail warehousing are driving investment in Scottish commercial property after overtaking offices in annual volumes for the first time since 2011, according to new figures from Knight Frank. The independent commercial property consultancy found that retail warehousing and in
Knight Frank has appointed Harry Hawksby to lead its new trading business valuations service in Scotland, enhancing its experience across a wide range of leisure property and expanding the capabilities of its hotel, leisure and trading real estate teams. Mr Hawksby joins the independent commercial p