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The final stage of the Planning (Scotland) Bill is set to commence this week with a three-day debate in Holyrood.
The Scottish Property Federation (SPF) analysis of commercial property sales during the first quarter of 2019 reveals that total the value of sales in Scotland fell by 21 per cent compared to the same period in 2018.
Scottish Property Federation (SPF) analysis of recent data from Revenue Scotland has shown that Land and Buildings Transaction Tax (LBTT) revenues narrowly met Scottish Government forecasts in 2018/19.
A surge in build-to-rent led developments is set to boost city-living, part of the Scottish cities’ agenda to power economic growth, with Glasgow now in the top five cities outside London for the number of homes in planning, under construction and complete.
Comments on the Scottish Government's 2019/20 Scottish Budget from David Melhuish, Director of the Scottish Property Federation.
The Scottish Property Federation (SPF) has set out the key policy areas it wishes to be addressed in Wednesday’s Scottish Budget in a letter to Finance Secretary Derek Mackay MSP.
Miller Mathieson, Managing Director of CBRE in Scotland & Northern Ireland, has been appointed as the new Chairman of the Scottish Property Federation (SPF).
Analysis of the latest Land and Buildings Transaction Tax (LBTT) figures has highlighted a subdued generation of revenues from residential sales over the first four months of the current tax year.
The latest analysis of commercial property sales across Scotland by the Scottish Property Federation (SPF) reflects a shift in fortunes for the nation’s major cities over the three months from April to June 2018.