Commercial property consultant Ryden has announced the promotion of Lorna Greig to partner. Ms Grieg has been part of the firm's rating, valuation and lease advisory team for over 20 years and is an expert in non-domestic rating matters.
New designs have been approved for a £100 million golf resort, hotel and spa which will create hundreds of jobs for Angus and Dundee. Construction will get underway this summer after councillors approved an updated masterplan for the destination.
Onsite works have begun on the £35 million redevelopment of 50 Bothwell Street. Having achieved detailed planning permission and listed building consent in November, the building will rebrand as ‘Lucent’ to create what developers describe as the next generation of prime, smart enab
Ryden has recruited Shahid Ali as a partner to support the growth of its Scottish planning team. Earlier this year Marc Giles, a partner in Ryden’s Planning team for 10 years and with over 20 years of industry experience, moved from Edinburgh to head up the Glasgow planning department. The str
Knight Property Group has lodged plans to convert an empty Aberdeen office building into affordable homes after failing to rent or sell the building. The firm wants to deliver 26 one-bedroom affordable apartments on the upper floors of the four-storey City Point building on Chapel Str
Commercial property consultants Ryden has encouraged developers to look to redevelopment and refurbishment of obsolete facilities as a faster way to satisfy demand offering potential for significant uplift in rents. Unveiling the results of its 87th Scottish Property Review, Ryden said ind
An updated masterplan for a £100 million golf resort, hotel and spa in the Angus countryside has been submitted to the local authority for planning consent. Developers behind 'The Angus' have said the project represents one of the biggest hospitality investments in Scotland in recent years and
The office building at 50 Bothwell Street in Glasgow is to be redeveloped to provide refurbished office accommodation with a subdivision of ground floor retail and with a new café and business hub at street level under newly submitted plans.
Celtic Football Club has been granted planning permission for the redevelopment of its training centre in Glasgow’s East End. The single-storey modular building at Barrowfield on London Road will include a reception area, office, medical/first aid room and toilets. Changing facilities for six
Inverclyde Council has approved a £1.5 million drive-thru coffee shop on land beside the A8 route into Greenock town centre. The development, which would also have an indoor seating area for up to 40 customers, is proposed for a site at Arthur Street, close to the EE, RBS and Webhelp cont