Scottish-based Christies Parks has been sold to Park Holidays, as the UK company continues expanding its portfolio of holiday locations. Commercial real estate firm Colliers arranged the deal on behalf of Christies Parks Ltd, to sell the pair of holiday parks to Park Holidays, off a guide price of &
Quarterly investment volumes into Scottish commercial real estate reached £460 million in Q1 2022, up from £380m a year ago, according to Colliers’ latest Scottish Snapshot. According to Colliers, at £140m, retail investment accounted for 30% of all activity by value.
Colliers expects UK all-property total returns growth to moderate to 9.6% in 2022 and 6.4% in 2023 as rental growth slows and yields stabilise, following a six-year high of 16.5% in 2021. The industrial sector will continue to remain popular with investors this year as will retail warehouses, prime
Edinburgh’s solid house price growth, highly educated residents and expected population growth has seen it take over the top spot for residential investment in Colliers’ latest Top UK Residential Investment Cities report. The Scottish capital moved up from second place, pushing Cambridge
Livingston Trade Park is set to welcome its first two tenants, with the news that City Plumbing and consumer goods company IOC Anabtawi UK are moving to newly-built facility on Houstoun Road, within the established Houstoun Industrial Estate.
Commercial property investment volumes across Scotland slowed during the last quarter, with a resurgence in Covid-19 cases and school summer holidays supressing deals activity, according to new research from Colliers. Colliers’ Scotland third quarter snapshot reports a drop in transactions acr
As the return to the office gets underway in earnest, investment into the Scottish commercial property market is seeing a resulting uplift, with Colliers noting that several deals have seen a ‘bidding war’ take place. This year has seen investment volumes in Glasgow reach almost £1
Commercial property investment volumes in Scotland in the second quarter of this year were up on the same period of 2020, and business and consumer confidence look set to grow as pandemic restrictions are eased, according to new analysis. Colliers’ Scotland snapshot for the second quarter of 2
With the Scottish economy beginning to re-open and people starting to spend savings built up during lockdowns, there are signs of consumer confidence returning. In its latest annual Midsummer Retail Report, Colliers has revealed that thanks to the ‘vaccine bounce’, and hope that the
Investment volumes in Scotland fell at the start of this year as pandemic lockdown restrictions hit commercial property deals, but a strong rebound is expected, according to new analysis from Colliers. Colliers’ Scotland snapshot for the first quarter of 2021 reveals that investment volumes fe