Knight Frank

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Knight Frank has appointed experienced surveyor John MacArthur as an associate in the firm’s growing building consultancy division in Scotland. MacArthur joins the independent commercial property consultancy from Stornoway-based housing developer Tighean Innse Gall, where he was tasked with pr

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King’s Quarter – one of Edinburgh’s highest-profile, mixed-use regeneration projects – has reported ‘excellent’ sales progress, as it gears up for completion by the end of the summer. 

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By Alasdair Steele, head of Scotland commercial at Knight Frank When Blue Planet II was first broadcast in 2017, the programme sent a ripple across the world. It laid bare the ruinous effect plastics have on our environment – particularly our oceans. It was a difficult but important watch

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Real estate consultancy Knight Frank LLP has made a commitment to reduce the harm posed by discarded single-use plastics, both in its UK business and by influencing the personal choices of its employees. The firm’s primary aims are to remove disposable ‘single-use’ plastic from its

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Scottish commercial property attracted more investment from private overseas investors than France, Japan and South Korea in 2018, according to the latest edition of Knight Frank’s Wealth Report. The firm’s analysis found that total investment from internationally-based ultra-high-net-wo

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The return of UK funds and Glasgow’s best year for offices in more than a decade saw levels of investment in Scottish commercial property outperform the five-year average, according to analysis from Knight Frank. More than £2.5 billion was invested in commercial property - including offi

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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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