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Landowners and representatives of Registers of Scotland have taken further steps towards the completion of Scotland’s Land Register with meetings in the Highlands to discuss the process of voluntary registration. RoS has been asked by the Scottish Government to complete the country’s land regist

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A new scheme is to be launched which will allow people in Glasgow who cannot afford a deposit to buy their home. Local councillors are expected to give the green light to a new partnership with Glasgow Credit Union this week.

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Glasgow City Council has committed itself to building 25,000 new homes in the city over the next decade. To be delivered in partnership with the public and private sectors, the announcement forms part of the council’s People Make Glasgow Home housing strategy.

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Aberdeen’s hotel sector experienced double digit drops in both occupancy and revenue in May as the low oil price continued to take its toll, according to the latest report by accountants and business advisers, BDO. The firm’s monthly hotel survey found that year-on-year occupancy in Aberdeen dro

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There’s yet more good news for the Scottish economy today after another report said that after a shaky start to the year things were “getting back on track”. Coming just a day after uplifting reports from both Bank of Scotland and accountants BDO, Capital Economics said Scotland was one of onl

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Carrington Dean has secured a four-year contract with the Accountant in Bankruptcy (AiB), the executive agency of the Scottish Government responsible for administering the process of personal bankruptcy, the Debt Arrangement Scheme and recording corporate insolvencies. The agreement will see the Gla

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Reports have surfaced over the weekend that claim the UK government is planning a second sale of shares in Royal Bank of Scotland to be carried out by the end of this year. According to the Mail on Sunday, sources in the government have said a 10 per cent placing could be made as early as December,

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Latest data released today by Clydesdale Bank’s Australian parent company has revealed the Glasgow-based bank will this year set aside as much as £500 million to compensate customers over various misselling scandals. The news comes just months after Clydesdale was fined £20.7 million by the Fina

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Law firm Pagan Osborne has announced that Ian Fraser, one of its commercial and business services partners, has become a director and shareholder in the company. Mr Fraser, who is based in Edinburgh, joined the company in 2004 and has extensive experience in commercial property sales and purchases,

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