A rare opportunity has arisen to acquire a portfolio of development plots on the Isle of Arran.
A 7.12 acres (2.88 hectares) site in the West End of Greenock is set to change hands as a buyer is sought for former care home Sir Gabriel Wood’s Mariners’ Home and accompanying Mariners’ Court.
Scotland's property prices continue to rise, with the highest increase in house prices recorded in over a decade. The COVID-19 pandemic has caused a property boom, reaching its peak in May, which has led to a 12.1% rise in property prices in Scotland.
Property group Savills has upgraded its 2021 UK house price forecasts, predicting a 3% rise in Scottish house prices in 2021. The firm predicted that average UK house prices will rise by 4% over the year, with a 21.1% growth from 2021-25. Prices in Scotland will increase by 22.8% by 2025, it added.
Work has commenced on Glasgow's City Garden Apartments development as demolition begins at the site on St Georges Road.
Six sites have been brought to market within the Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park with the potential to create 29 new homes.
Modern methods of construction and modular housing (MMC) will increasingly help deliver the new homes of the future, according to a new report from Savills.
The business model used by most large UK private housebuilders cannot deliver the necessary level of rural housing in Scotland, according to a new report. Published today by Savills for the Scottish Land Commission, ‘The Role of Land in Enabling New Housing Supply in Rural Scotland’, has
The threshold at which Land and Buildings Transaction Tax (LBTT) is paid will be raised from £145,000 to £250,000 as the Scottish Government steps up efforts to support homebuyers and help the economy recover from the impact of coronavirus.
Estates agents are preparing for growing interest from buyers as Scotland’s housing market reopens today.
Cameron Ewer, head of Savills Residential in Scotland, has outlined the implications of the Scottish Government’s route map out of lockdown on Scotland's residential property market.
Savills Planning has welcomed the provisions being put in place by the Scottish Government to “keep the wheels of the country’s planning system in motion” during the current hiatus caused by COVID-19.
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
Suburban family homes that are specifically built for long-term rent, in places people want to live, should be a strategic part of Scotland’s housing development pipeline, according to a new report from Savills and the Scottish Futures Trust (SFT).
Flats contained within the old Boroughmuir High School in Edinburgh have been sold to investors in Hong Kong months before they were available for purchase by domestic buyers. Prospective buyers in Hong Kong were given the opportunity to buy a “very limited selection” of homes in the new