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Glasgow has the largest imbalance between supply and demand for purpose-built student accommodation (PBSA) in the UK, requiring 22,000 additional beds in order to fulfil requirements, according to Savills. Edinburgh is also experiencing a considerable shortfall needing an additional 17,000 beds to c

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Just 8.5% of private rental homes are likely to be affordable to Universal Credit claimants, despite increases to the amount of housing benefit they can access from next month. Local Housing Allowance will increase from 1 April for the first time since April 2020. Yet Savills research has found the

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An extensive mixed-use development site at the gateway to west Edinburgh at Maybury has been purchased by sustainable regeneration specialist Summix. In a deal brokered by Savills for the sellers Saica, with Scarlett Land and Development Ltd acting for the purchasers, the prime 15.5-acre residential

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The total value of all homes across the UK now stands at £8.678 trillion, with Scotland showing a 1.3% increase in total value and outperforming the rest of the UK, according to new research by Savills. Faisal Choudhry, head of residential research for Savills in Scotland, said: &ldq

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The time required for Build-to-Rent (BtR) planning applications to be determined has significantly increased over the past decade, with 40% of sites achieving detailed planning permission last year taking at least a year to do so, according to the British Property Federation (BPF). Analysis conducte

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The unceasing demand for Scottish development land has driven strong growth in land values and high levels of investor activity over the last quarter, according to a new report from real estate advisor Savills. Indeed, growth in Scotland greenfield values reached 9.3%, the highest level of all UK re

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