February 2017


New research reveals private funding will be essential to meet Glasgow's real estate demand across all sectors, with mixed-use determining how people will live, work and socialise

New research reveals private funding will be essential to meet Glasgow's real estate demand across all sectors, with mixed-use determining how people will live, work and socialise

02 February 2017

A report by real estate specialists, Savills (launched in Glasgow on Thursday 2nd February) reveals Glasgow’s economic growth exceeded that of the UK as a whole over the past five years. With both residential and commercial demand consolidating around the central core of the city, mixed-use schemes will be the key to unlocking supply of office, retail and leisure space thus determining how residents will live, work and socialise in Scotland’s largest city.

 
 
Savills is No. 1 agent for Central London investment says Estates Gazette

Savills is No. 1 agent for Central London investment says Estates Gazette

02 February 2017

Savills has come top of Estates Gazette’s Central London investment league table for the fourth consecutive quarter making it the number one agent for 2016.

 
 
Redevco signs up Savills and Longevity Partners for their first BREEAM In-Use portfolio re-certification pilot

Redevco signs up Savills and Longevity Partners for their first BREEAM In-Use portfolio re-certification pilot

01 February 2017

Savills, the international property expert and Longevity Partners, the pan-European low carbon consultancy, are pleased to announce they have been appointed to carry out the first BREEAM In-Use (‘BIU’) sample-based certification pilot to cover 331 retail assets across Europe (excluding Austria, Switzerland, Hungary and Germany). The pilot is a global first for the building sustainability certification industry and an initiative of Redevco and BRE.

 
 
Savills bolsters hotels team in Scotland

Savills bolsters hotels team in Scotland

01 February 2017

International real estate advisor Savills has strengthened its hotels team with the addition of Keith McBain and Steven Fyfe who join as a director and associate respectively, in the firm’s Glasgow office.

 
 
Restaurant offer most likely to influence young people on choosing where to shop, says Savills

Restaurant offer most likely to influence young people on choosing where to shop, says Savills

01 February 2017

The importance of a diverse food and beverage (F&B) offer on the overall attractiveness of a retail location is most highly rated among young people, according to international real estate advisor Savills.  The firm’s research found that Generation Z (16-24 year olds) and Generation Y (25-34 year olds) rated choice of restaurants as 6.1 and 6.4 out of 10 respectively (where 10 is very important) in determining where to shop for fashion, compared to an average of 4.9 across all age groups.

 
 

Key Contacts

Liz Williams-Bew

Liz Williams-Bew

Director
Commercial Marketing & Press

Savills Margaret Street

+44 (0) 20 7409 8140

 

Jamie Jago

Jamie Jago

Director
Residential Press Office

Savills Margaret Street

+44 (0) 20 7016 3880