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Office take-up in Aberdeen almost doubled between the second and third quarters of 2021, as a sustained lift to the oil price and occupiers returning to the workplace helped buoy activity, according to analysis from Knight Frank.

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Glasgow has been named among Europe’s top green cities for real estate, living up to its name as the ‘dear green place’ ahead of the UN’s COP26 climate change summit arriving in the city next month, according to a new report from Knight Frank. The independent global property

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Commercial property consultancy Knight Frank has promoted Matthew Park as a partner in its Aberdeen office. Matthew has been with Knight Frank since 2013, joining as a senior surveyor from DM Hall. He has more than 15 years’ experience working in the commercial property market in the nort

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The number of commercial rent disputes between occupiers and landlords in Scotland that referred to a third party for determination halved in the 12 months to the end of February 2021, according to new analysis from Knight Frank.  The independent commercial property consultancy obtained figures

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Edinburgh’s growing status as a hub of innovation and the quality of life it has to offer places the city among the world’s most aspirational future urban hotspots, according to Knight Frank’s latest Wealth Report.

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Investment in Scottish commercial property dropped to £1.2 billion in 2020 as lockdown measures and economic uncertainty curbed deal-making, according to the latest data released by Knight Frank. However, Scotland proved its resilience as the most popular UK destination for overseas investment

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Edinburgh’s office market proved highly resilient during a challenging 2020, with take-up nearing 500,000 sq. ft. and demand remaining strong, according to analysis from Knight Frank. The independent commercial property consultancy found that 490,585 sq. ft. of office space was transacted over

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Investment volumes in Scottish commercial property staged a recovery between July and September 2020, buoyed by the best third quarter for office deals in five years, according to analysis from two separate reports. Analysis from Knight Frank found that the COVID-19 pandemic saw investment leve

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David Findlay, associate for valuations at Knight Frank Glasgow, discusses the lifting of material uncertainty clauses from commercial property. Over the past couple of decades, the property sector has grown accustomed to dealing with uncertainty: the dotcom bubble popped at the turn of the millenni

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