Savills

76-90 of 115 Articles
Clock icon 2 minutes

Aberdeen city centre office building Union Plaza has been refurbished to meet demand for more flexible and creative, high quality work spaces following a £1.75 million investment from Legal & General.

Clock icon 3 minutes

Housing land values showed small signs of growth in the first quarter of 2019, with the Midlands and Scotland continuing to outperform London and wider South East, according to latest analysis from Savills residential development land index. UK greenfield and urban land both saw small increases in l

Clock icon 2 minutes

Savills has launched a new Residential Lettings service in Edinburgh. Charles McCosh has been appointed head of the new team, specialising in the letting and management of flats, townhouses and family homes.

Clock icon 5 minutes

Scotland’s residential market remains less affected by the political uncertainty impacting housing markets in London and the south, according to Savills latest analysis launched at their Scottish Property Outlook Conference held at the Edinburgh International Conference Centre yesterday. An au

Clock icon 2 minutes

Savills’ planning team in Scotland and the research institute Inherit have together won a Scottish Government tender for research which will inform the future preparation of the National Planning Framework (NPF4). The project will be undertaken by Savills rural planning specialists, along with

Clock icon 2 minutes

Real estate advisor Savills has announced a raft of promotions across its Scottish business. Sarah Jackson takes charge of rural and energy projects at its Edinburgh office and James Perna takes the equivalent role in Ayr.

Clock icon 3 minutes

Real estate company Savills has made two new senior appointments at the top of its Scottish business. Cameron Ewer has been promoted from head of Glasgow residential to lead the Scottish residential division and Hugo Struthers has moved up from head of rural professional services to lead Savills Sco

Clock icon 2 minutes

The UK residential land market is reflecting the shape of the housing market, as values fall in central London but continue to rise in other regions, with Scotland the standout performer, according to international real estate adviser Savills. Across the UK, greenfield and urban land values have gro

Clock icon 3 minutes

A specialist warehouse investor has secured planning permission for a major mixed-use development at Queenslie Park industrial estate in Glasgow. Warehouse REIT plc said that it has gained approval for change of use on 16 acres of its land at the site.

76-90 of 115 Articles