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Knight Frank appoints Scott Hogan as new industrial and logistics lead for Scotland

Commercial property consultancy Knight Frank has appointed Scott Hogan to lead its industrial and logistics practice in Scotland.

Published 29 April 2021

Knight Frank: Property sector can support electric vehicles boom in Scotland

A rapid rise in the number of electric vehicles (EVs) in Scotland presents an opportunity for the country’s property sector to contribute to the national drive for net zero and revive the hard-pressed retail sector, according to the latest research from Knight Frank.

Published 26 April 2021

Commercial rent disputes reach new low during pandemic

The number of commercial rent disputes between occupiers and landlords in Scotland that referred to a third party for determination halved in the 12 months to the end of February 2021, according to new analysis from Knight Frank. 

Published 21 April 2021

Knight Frank: Edinburgh office market off to positive start in 2021

Edinburgh’s office market got off to a positive start in 2021, despite ongoing lockdown measures restricting deal activity, according to analysis from Knight Frank.

Published 14 April 2021

Knight Frank names Edinburgh as future global urban hotspot

Edinburgh’s growing status as a hub of innovation and the quality of life it has to offer places the city among the world’s most aspirational future urban hotspots, according to Knight Frank’s latest Wealth Report.

Published 3 March 2021

Knight Frank: Investment in Scottish commercial property drops in 2020

Investment in Scottish commercial property dropped to £1.2 billion in 2020 as lockdown measures and economic uncertainty curbed deal-making, according to the latest data released by Knight Frank.

Published 21 January 2021

Knight Frank: Edinburgh office market proves its resilience during 2020

Edinburgh’s office market proved highly resilient during a challenging 2020, with take-up nearing 500,000 sq. ft. and demand remaining strong, according to analysis from Knight Frank.

Published 12 January 2021

Scottish commercial property investment volumes pick up during Q3

Investment volumes in Scottish commercial property staged a recovery between July and September 2020, buoyed by the best third quarter for office deals in five years, according to analysis from two separate reports.

Published 19 October 2020

David Findlay: Why collaboration is key for valuations in uncertain times

David Findlay, associate for valuations at Knight Frank Glasgow, discusses the lifting of material uncertainty clauses from commercial property.

Published 25 September 2020

Simon Capaldi: The office as we knew it may be dead; long live the office of the future

Simon Capaldi, office agency partner at Knight Frank Edinburgh, gives his thoughts on what businesses may want from their offices post-lockdown.

Published 7 September 2020

New Canongate office scheme opens up to offers

A prime site with detailed planning consent for a new office scheme on Edinburgh’s Royal Mile has been placed on the market by developer Summix Capital.

Published 25 August 2020

Knight Frank: Edinburgh offices placed well to weather economic downturn

Edinburgh’s office market is in a strong position to weather the UK’s first recession in 11 years, according to analysis from Knight Frank.

Published 19 August 2020

Andrew Hill: Why offices are much more than just a workplace

Andrew Hill discusses why offices are still going to be important to businesses and staff, despite the working from home (WFH) boom.

Published 18 August 2020

Simon Capaldi: COVID-19 will accelerate the evolution of business’ approach to office-based working

Social distancing has turned our lives upside down and at short notice businesses adapted to remote working, moving office life into the home.

Published 1 July 2020

Andrew Hill: Why it’s more important than ever for landlords and tenants to collaborate

Andrew Hill, lease advisory partner at Knight Frank's Edinburgh office, details the importance of collaboration between landlords and tenants during the coronavirus crisis.

Published 16 June 2020