Scotland Property Data

Property data, infographics and market reports for Scotland.

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Refurbished office rents close in on new-build prices in Edinburgh

28 July 2017

A severe shortage of new office development in Edinburgh has led to a rise in refurbished office rents, which Savills expects to hit £32.50/sq ft by the end of Q3 2017. If that happens, it would close the gap between refurbished and new-build rents to the lowest level on record at only £1/sq ft.

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Don’t be fooled, there’s trouble ahead for Glasgow’s office market

24 November 2016

The figures for 2016 paint a picture of a buoyant year for the Glasgow office market, but there could be trouble on the horizon.

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Regional office take-up robust in run-up to EU referendum

21 July 2016

Regional office take-up was reasonably robust in the second quarter of the year despite EU referendum uncertainty - but is likely to weaken in the second half in the wake of the vote, according to the latest quarterly review by Bilfinger GVA.

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Most Scottish firms plan to expand over the next five years

8 April 2016

More than 90% of Scottish businesses are looking to expand over the next five years, according to a survey of 200 top Scottish executives.

Regional office markets set for strong 2016

4 March 2016

Office markets in the UK’s major regional cities are expected to post strong growth again this year, following on from a stellar performance in 2015.

Regional office take-up data

Strong demand boosts regional office take-up

5 February 2016

Strong occupier demand in the final quarter of 2015 helped drive office take-up across the UK’s nine largest regional cities to levels 20% above the long-term average, according to Bilfinger GVA.

Kenneth Barclay

Scottish government to go further than Barclay on business rates

14 September 2017

Scotland’s finance secretary Derek Mackay has announced plans to “go further than the proposals of the Barclay Review” on changes to the business rates system north of the border.

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