Knight Frank is the latest key industry player to confirm a buoyant start to the year for the north-east commercial property market.
Aberdeen’s property market has suffered severe trauma in terms of falling demand and values following the oil price collapse.
A tiny island with 16 residents has been taken off the open market after a community buy-out bid was launched.
Knight Frank says Scotland’s industrial property market has enjoyed a “buoyant start” to 2017 despite woes in Aberdeen.
When William Gallacher was a little boy, his family left Scotland and started a new life down south – but he always vowed he’d return.
Property developer Muir Group has submitted a planning application for three more industrial units at its flagship Aberdeen Gateway business park.
The Aberdeen office market is back in growth mode after bottoming out during an “awful” 2016, a commercial property expert said last night.
Sixteen acres of land earmarked for more than 100 homes has gone up for sale on the outskirts of a north-east port.
Investment in Scottish commercial property held up in 2016 despite an unpredictable 12 months and weakness in Aberdeen, market specialist Knight Frank said yesterday.
Scottish Tory leader Ruth Davidson has called for “meaningful action" from the SNP government to help north-east firms hit by massive increases in business rates.
A decision on controversial plans to build more than 1,000 homes near a north-east town will be made today.
Plans to create an industrial park in Buchan's biggest village could bring essential jobs to the north-east.
Planning chiefs have revealed a massive expansion of Aberdeenshire's biggest town could include a railway station.
Neil and Rosemary Colquhoun, who are both in their late 60s, have owned Greshornish House on the Isle of Skye since 2004.
A Highland estate, which enjoys spectacular views to the Nevis Range, has come on to the market.
The first images of a 600-home development on the outskirts of a north-east town have been revealed.
This is probably the best time to get a new office in Aberdeen… Because market is in a perfect storm
Incentives for occupiers in the Aberdeen office market have hit record levels as the city’s commercial property sector faces a perfect storm.
The Aberdeen office of Knight Frank was the international property giant’s star performer in the UK during the year to March 31.
A bid to create more than 1,000 homes in the north-east is expected to be made by the end of the year.
A developer is poised to reveal its masterplan to create more than 1,200 new homes on the edge of Aberdeenshire's biggest town.
A Scottish Government reporter has rejected an appeal which could have led to as many as 50 new homes being built in a tiny north-east village.
Property experts have voiced concerns that residential development in the north-east is being held back by regulations faced by housebuilders and the scale of contributions sought by local authorities.
Fishermen, it is said, are a patient bunch, willing to spend hours, days, even weeks in order to make the perfect catch, while others dream about casting a rod on their very own stretch of river.
Aberdeen's capacity for learning from past experience is key to it shaking off the challenges of the current oil and gas downturn, a new report from commercial property firm Knight Frank says.
Demand for new industrial space in Aberdeen remains strong, despite low oil prices slowing energy industry growth, commercial property experts said yesterday.
The growing reputation of part of Aberdeen now known as the North Dee Business Quarter has been further strengthened with the completion of Pilgrim House.
More than 26,000 square feet of space in one of Aberdeen's most prominent new office developments has been released to the market as the transformation of a key site continues.
Come over the hills and glens to view one of the Highland’s prettiest estates.
A major office development in the heart of Aberdeen is on track to be completed before winter sets in.
Commercial property experts expect office rents in Aberdeen to hit a record £33 per square foot by the end of 2014 and £34 per sq ft in the final quarter of next year.
A new £2.5million development taking shape in Aberdeen underlines the benefits of one developer taking a project from start to finish, according to property firm Knight Frank.
Miller Cromdale has been granted planning approval for its Liberty House project in Aberdeen.