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The winners of the RICS Awards 2022 in Scotland have been revealed and some of the most impressive recent building projects from the local area are on the list. Canonmills Garden in Edinburgh has won the residential project award, while Provost Skene's House in Aberdeen won the heritage award and Ca

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New buyer enquiries in Scotland’s housing market are not yet translating into increased sales activity due to the lack of supply of properties to the market, according to the latest RICS Residential Market Survey. A net balance of 29% of respondents in Scotland said that there was an increase

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Some of Scotland’s most impressive recent building projects have been shortlisted for the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) Awards 2022.  The projects, which include a university campus, a care home, a gallery, and the headquarters of golf will be judged by an expert judging

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The Chancellor’s decision to slash VAT to 0% on home energy saving measures has been broadly welcomed by contractors and trade bodies, though calls remain for the UK Government to support and incentivise people in undertaking retrofitting and other projects through further public support and i

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A LinkedIn group that focuses on bringing like-minded professionals who recognise the benefits of working collaboratively to avoid conflict and manage disputes at an early stage has been created by the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS). Many in the group will have been invited because

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Surveyors in Scotland reported more prospective home buyers in January, a sign that soon-to-be buyers aren’t suffering from the winter blues, however, this came before the most recent rise in interest rates, according to the latest residential market survey from the Royal Institution of Charte

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A major report has been commissioned to understand more about the nature and value of rural land sales in Scotland – in a move that will be crucial in considering the implications of new natural capital and carbon value in the land market.

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