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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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House prices in Scotland have continued to increase and may grow by almost 20% during the next four years, according to two separate reports. The August 2018 Residential Market Survey from the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) found that a net balance of 7% more chartered surveyors rep

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The UK’s communities secretary Sajid Javid started the year with a visit to the Netherlands and Germany to look at how self- and custom-build homes can make a contribution to the enduring challenge of adequate housing delivery. This comes hot on the heels of the Scottish Government’s recent conf

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Aberdeen City Council has commissioned a major study which will be used to take forward a number of City Centre Masterplan projects aimed at delivering new homes. Real estate specialists Savills will consult with residents and stakeholders to identify ways to help draw people back into the heart of

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Katy Dickson The independent review of the Scottish Planning System missed an opportunity to address important planning issues within the rural sector, according to Scottish Land & Estates and rural property specialist Savills.

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Around 50 per cent of the homes inhabited by people aged over 65 in Scotland are under-occupied, according to new research. A report by Savills has concluded that 430,000 homes are bigger than required and unsuitable to meet the changing needs and lifestyle of an ageing population.

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