Build To Rent

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A flagship build to rent (BTR) development in the Bonnington area of Edinburgh has topped out reaching six storeys. Developer and operator PLATFORM_ was joined by Heimstaden, which is forward funding the project, and key members of the project team, including main contractor GRAHAM, to celebrate the

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Edmond de Rothschild Real Estate Investment Management (REIM) has completed a £31 million build-to-rent development in Glasgow, the first in Scotland for its £545m UK residential investment fund. Located on Minerva Street, adjacent to Exhibition Centre Station, the G3 Square development

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Rettie & Co. has shed light on the current state of the residential investment landscape in the country, specifically regarding the private rental sector (PRS) and build to rent (BTR) market. The details are outlined in the company's latest report, Build to Rent Scotland, Scottish Market Review

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Property and private equity manager Maven Capital Partners has commenced its redevelopment project to turn Dalian House, a 64,000 sq ft office building in Glasgow, into a bespoke build-to-rent (BTR) complex. Located at the intersection of St Vincent Street and North Street, the development is set to

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The £300 million transformation of Candleriggs Square in Glasgow’s Merchant City has reached another significant development milestone with the completion of structural work for a 346-apartment build-to-rent (BTR) complex, forward funded by Legal & General. Candleriggs Development 2

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Goodstone Living and contractor McAleer & Rushe have officially broken ground on the construction of a next-generation build-to-rent neighbourhood in Leith. Once completed the Dockside scheme will supply at least 338 sustainable rental homes across four apartment blocks and provide over an acre

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Detailed plans have been submitted for a proposed build to rent development on brownfield land in Anniesland with the number of apartments reduced since the initial application.

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Build-to-rent operator Get Living has put on hold its £200 million project to build over 800 flats and some 700 student rooms, citing Scottish Government rent control policy and market conditions. This is the latest delay to the project, which has been in the works since 2018, after

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