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Aberdeen office market has “strong” and “encouraging” start in Q1

LATEST research by global property giant CBRE has revealed a healthy start to 2020 for the office market in and around Aberdeen. Take-up during the first quarter of the year totalled 170,500sq ft, which was up by 362% on a...

Aberdeen City Centre apartments approved for Cala

CALA Homes (North) has received planning approval for a collection of new Aberdeen city centre apartments subject to the satisfactory conclusion of a Section 75 agreement. The homebuilder, in conjunction with NHS Grampian, submitted a proposal for a development of...

University of Aberdeen lodges plans for new business school building

PLANS have been lodged to create a new home for the University of Aberdeen’s Business School. The application has been made as part of a near £100 million package to regenerate its OId Aberdeen campus. The move will see the Business...

Bancon Homes officially launches new development in Mintlaw

A NORTH-EAST housebuilder is set to officially launch its latest development. Bancon Homes is building 100 new properties at its Aden Meadows site in Mintlaw. The development is part of a wider long-term masterplan which includes retail and commercial development to...

Council leaders hail new nurseries for expanded Early Learning and Childcare hours

WORK is well underway at a number of sites across Aberdeen City as part of the £23 million nursery development project. City Council co-leaders Jenny Laing and Douglas Lumsden visited Seaton as preparations take shape for the rollout of extended...

Scottish property market enjoys sharp rise in sales

ABERDEIN Considine’s Property Monitor report shows more than 10,000 homes changed hands in December, an unseasonal jump of 15% on November and the highest single month of sales recorded since October 2018. THE SCOTTISH property market enjoyed a sharp rise...

CALA submits plans for new cults development

CALA Homes (North) has submitted a planning application to Aberdeen City Council for a new residential development in Cults. The site, located north of Kirk Brae, would comprise 82 homes and lead on from the leading housebuilder’s current Cults Park...

New regulations announced for Aberdeen allotments

A PUBLIC consultation has started into proposed new regulations which are coming in for allotments. The new management rules are being formulated as part of the Community Empowerment (Scotland) Act 2015, and they will cover a variety of topics and...

Buyers offered exclusive first tours of former chapel conversion

BUYERS are being offered an exclusive opportunity to have a first look at a former city centre chapel which is being converted into four unique, high-specification homes. With one property already reserved, Luxury housebuilder Bancon Homes is hosting an open...

Leading Scottish law firm strengthens team with senior appointments

ABERDEIN Considine has moved to strengthen its banking litigation team with two senior appointments. Natalie Mortimer has joined the firm as the Head of Compliance for the Lender Services Practice Group. Natalie has moved to Aberdein Considine from Virgin Money where...
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