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(from left) Councillor Tom Miers, Hugo Burge and Ian Aikman, Scottish Borders Council’s chief planning officer, at Marchmont House to launch the Borders Building Design Awards 2018 The search is on again for the best designed new buildings in the Borders, with the launch of the Borders Building De

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Businesses could save a third by locating 100 staff in Edinburgh compared to London, according to analysis in Knight Frank’s 2018 Global Cities report. For the first time, Knight Frank has compared the total cost of employing 100 people in the world’s leading cities, based on the cost of workspa

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Colin MacKenzie A concentration of occupier activity around mid-sized office space and a lack of city centre supply has created a “pinch point” in Glasgow’s commercial property market, according to analysis from Knight Frank.

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One Lochrin Square, Edinburgh Edinburgh’s office market returned a strong Q1 2017 as supply continued to hit fresh lows and demand from occupiers remained buoyant, according to analysis from Knight Frank.

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The Atria building in Edinburgh Property consultancy Knight Frank has said that investment levels in Scottish commercial property remained resilient in 2016 despite an “unpredictable” year, while a separate report has suggested that interest has failed to pick up despite an increase in occupier

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Plans for a 1,000 home expansion of Peterhead have been given the green light by Aberdeenshire Council. A masterplan to create a new village of more than 1,100 properties at South Ugie on the outskirts of the town also includes a raft of new businesses, shops, a health centre and a primary school.

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