'Golden contracts' that safeguard the financial perks of enterprise zones in Scotland are adding to a regional shift that has been sparked by government decentralisation. Below, Property Week rounds up activity outside Glasgow and Edinburgh
While Glasgow and Edinburgh hog a good deal of the limelight in Scotland, three other cities are busy meeting their own challenges and carving out their own niches. We take a look round Aberdeen, Dundee and Inverness
Edinburgh currently has the upper hand in the perpetual struggle between Scotland's east and west coasts. Stewart McIntosh, explains why he thinks his city's loss of political clout has left it sidelined
Hillington was designed to meet post-war concepts about working conditions. Now, despite the estate's age, Caledonian Land's Chris Darroch is getting it into shape for Scotland's modern industrial needs.