09 June 2006
Land value tax and ‘supercasinos' were among the topics discussed at Property Week and Miller Developments' Scottish Property Convention. Stewart McIntosh reports
28 May 2004
Edinburgh's shortage of residential sites has led to sky-high property prices as developers fail to meet demand. With would-be buyers fleeing the city, greenfield development could be the only answer.
Sheds Supplement September 2003
We kick off six pages of regional round-ups with Scotland. We also rank the health of each local market on a Property Week 'shedometer'
30 May 2003
'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
Scottish banks have emerged as the UK's key property lenders – although there is evidence that they are approaching new business with caution
Scotland supplement 7 March 2003
While others voice their concerns over the Glasgow Harbour regeneration project, the man in charge is keeping his head. We investigate the source of his enlightenment
The grand waterways have traditionally provided the heartbeat to Scottish industry. We report on how ambitious plans for redevelopment could revive the ports
Sheds supplement February 2003
The downturn in electronics has hit Silicon Glen but there is still activity in distribution.
Leisure and Retail supplement 22 November 2002
While Edinburgh and Glasgow thrash it out for high street kudos, big moves are afoot down by the loch.
Offices Business Parks supplement 18 October 2002
The Scottish market is treading a fine line between avoiding oversupply and maintaining sufficient demand.
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