Build To Rent

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The number of completed homes for the UK build to rent (BTR) sector increased by 51% in 2019 with Glasgow among the key cities leading the way, new figures have shown. Analysis by Savills for industry trade body the British Property Federation (BPF) has found that at the end of Q4 2018, the sector h

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The next significant building phase at Glasgow’s Buchanan Wharf starts this week with ground-breaking for Legal & General’s 324-home build to rent (BTR) scheme.  Drum Property Group, developers of Buchanan Wharf, agreed a deal with Legal & General earlier this year for the f

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Glasgow is set to host this year's Build to Rent Forum Scotland which will see over 30 public and private sector leaders meet and debate the future of Scotland's Build to Rent sector. The forum is due to take place on Wednesday from 8:30am - 5pm at The Radisson Blu Hotel on Argyle Street.

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Build to Rent is critical to addressing issues of a lack of housing supply but Scotland still lags the rest of the UK, writes Will Scarlett. With the news that L&G have committed to a Build To Rent (BTR) scheme for 338 apartments in Edinburgh, it is fair to say that BTR in Scotland is finally, a

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A Build to Rent project on Edinburgh’s Western Harbour is planning to expand as residents are welcomed into the latest phase of the development. Harbour Gateway, the largest project of its kind in Scotland, was made possible by innovative National Housing Trust funding provided by City of Edin

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Glasgow’s first significant city centre build-to-rent (BTR) housing development will be delivered in the heart of Merchant City this summer. Property investment, letting and management specialist Tay Letting has been appointed to market the Candleriggs Court development.

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This is the third in a series of blog posts reflecting on approaches to delivering alternative tenures in Scotland. In the first post, Professor Moira Munro reflects on the discussion from a recent roundtable; and, in the second post, Dr Richard Jennings shared his experience of delivering mid-marke

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Demolition works have started at Holland Park, the former Strathclyde Police headquarters that is being transformed into rental housing by Moda Living and Apache Capital Partners. Under plans approved by Glasgow City Council in March 2018, Moda will redevelop the police complex on Pitt Street into 4

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Construction work on more than 300 build-to-rent apartments in Glasgow city centre is set to start by the end of this year after Legal & General exchanged contracts on the project. The pensions and investment firm will forward fund Drum Property Group to deliver 324 apartments within Glasgow&rsq

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A plan to boost economic growth within Scotland’s cities through an increase in city-living is benefitting from a surge in build-to-rent led developments, with Glasgow now in the top five cities outside London for the number of homes in planning, under construction and complete. Research publi

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