Commercial Property in Edinburgh

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Eric Young & Co

Waverley Gate 2-4 Waterloo Place, Edinburgh, EH1 3EG.

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Retail and business space specialist Eric Young & Co is one of the most active and progressive firms of Scottish based Chartered Surveyors and property consultants. We provide advice on agency, rent review, valuation, rating and investment issues in respect of selling, buying, renting and letting retail space, including High Street, Shopping Centre and Retail Parks. Additional specialist teams provide advice in respect of Leisure and Business Space property. Our principal area of activity is ... Read more

Capita Symonds

2nd Floor, Elder House Multrees Walk, Edinburgh, EH1 3DX.

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Capita Symonds delivers design, infrastructure, management, real estate and outsourcing solutions on a local, national and international scale. We do much more than simply deliver projects; we help our clients to transform and modernise their businesses, combining our property and infrastructure expertise with ICT and business process re-engineering to enable them to reduce costs, improve quality and enhance customer service. With over 4,000 staff at 50+ offices in the UK and internationally,... Read more

Cuthbert White

19 York Place, Edinburgh, , East Lothian, EH1 3EB.

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CuthbertWhite was established by Chris Cuthbert MRICS and Nick White MRICS to provide a boutique property consultancy with an absolute commitment to client service and exceptional performance. Acting for the occupiers, investors and developers of commercial property, CuthbertWhite specialise in the office sector but have the relevant professional experience and extensive networks to operate across a number of other key market sectors to include leisure, hotel, industrial, care home, affordabl... Read more

Christie & Co

5 Logie Mill Beaverbank Office Park, Edinburgh, EH7 4HG.

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Christie + Co has enjoyed over 75 years of progressive growth and development. It was in 1935 that George Christie, James Owen and Nick Davies founded a practice in London's West End, and London remains the location for the company's present headquarters. Christie + Co is the UKs leading agent and adviser in the hospitality, leisure, care and retail sectors. Our specialist chartered surveyors, brokers and consultants are perfectly placed to respond to the need for specialist knowledge and act... Read more

Edinburgh Commercial Property

29 Beaverhall Road, Edinburgh, EH7 4JE.

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Formed in 1999 Edinburgh Commercial Property Limited offers a no frills approach to marketing commercial property, which has proved effective. Our name says it all, we only list property located in the Greater Edinburgh area.

About Edinburgh and its Commercial Property

Edinburgh is Scotland's capital, though it has a smaller population than Glasgow at 450,000, it is still known as a global player in finance, scientific research, technology and professional services. The Edinburgh City region has a population of 1.3 million.

Edinburgh Office Property

Edinburgh has leadership in the sophisticated areas of the financial industry such as fund management and securities work. Prime office rents in Edinburgh at £26 psf are around one third of London West End rents, yet support the same type of community. Out in West Edinburgh, around the airport prime office rents are £18psf. These rents are subject to incentives which lower the effective rent by a further 25%.

Waverley Gate, a building which dates back to 1866, offers Victorian splendor, whilst new developments at Edinburgh Park at the established Edinburgh Park at South Gayle will benefit from the extension of the tram network there in 2014. In the city space is available at Edinburgh International City Centre, the Exchange Crescent and the new Atria Development. There are no new developments in the Edinburgh office pipeline.

Edinburgh is notable for it's science and technology sector, and at Edinburgh BioQuarter, the city has a landmark life sciences real estate development, while Edinburgh Science Triangle, a marketing group of seven science and technology parks all have space available on flexible terms.

Leisure and Hospitality Property in Edinburgh

Edinburgh recieves around 4 million visitors each year, 30% from overseas who spend around £2 billion in the local economy and account for 14 million bed nights. Edinburgh is also ranked as one of the world's top ten international conference and convention cities and business tourism adds a further £300 million to the local economy. As a result hotels and guest houses in Edinburgh have a plentiful demand for their services.

Edinburgh Retail Propety

Edinburgh is the UK's 15th most popular retail destination by volume, and has fewer shops than Glasgow. Edinburgh tends towards quality in it's offer, and the city's new luxury quarter around Multrees Walk, anchored by Scotland's only Harvey Nichols store is a reflection of this. The St James Shopping Centre anchored by John Lewis supports the quality end of the market, while the Princes Mall caters more to the mass fashion market. Under a project known as 'String of Pearls', Princes Street and is undergoing a programme of regeneration to create a string of interconnected retail developments stretching from Calton Hill to Haymarket. Prime high street rents in Edinburgh are less than in some other UK major cities at around £190 psf.

Property Development in Edinburgh

Within 2 miles of the City centre lies the Waterfront where 345 acres of brownfield and contaminated land on the shores of the Firth of Forth are being transformed into a landmark residential, leisure, business and tourist destination. These developments cover Leith Docks, the Western Harbour, Granton Harbour and Granton itself. Three companies - Waterfront Edinburgh Ltd with a Page & Park masterplan, National Grid has commissioned Norman Foster to design their ForthQuarter space, while third company Forth Ports PLC is still in discussions about the precise allocation of uses for their space. National Grid Property is overseeing the flagship £1 billion project, which has already some prestige buildings and a Morrisons superstore.

Commercial property in Edinburgh suggestions

Thinking about the factors that you require carefully before starting a search for commercial property can save you time and effort. If you are planning on buying a commercial property you should be careful to factor in the significant purchase costs which are associated, such and stamp duty and legal fees which will have an instant impact on cash flow. In most cases these few points would be worth considering, but there are usually plenty of other valid points that should also be considered on a case-by-case basis before you actually make an offer on a commercial property.

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Edinburgh Property News

New central Edinburgh redevelopment is topped out
Jansons, the niche developer and investor, has topped out it's SoCo development in central Edinburgh. The new £35 million complex will be handed over to it's new occupants in November. They will include Ibis, who will operate the 257 room hotel, a Sainsbury's foodstore, a night club to be called La ...
Edinburgh sees first speculative commercial development for 5 years
J Smart & Co Plc, the self-financed Edinburgh-based family run developers and investors, have decided to take the bull by the horns and start the capital's first speculative commercial development for five years. The firm issued a profits warning at the half year because of the difficult conditi...
Henry Boot reports better housing market activity achieving sales but still struggling for margin
Henry Boot, the Sheffield-based construction and land development business, today reported that the housing market has slowly improved over last year for new builds and that construction volumes, especially in the South and South East are rising, though still critically dependent on the supply of mo...
Waitrose expansion to the North and Scotland underway.
Waitrose has planned an expansion drive in the North of England and Scotland, based on the opening of a new distribution centre it is building in Leyland, Lancashire. The £35 million project will see a 360,000 sq ft warehouse completed in autumn 2012 and ready for business in 2013. At present ...
Capital & Regional produce a solid result for 2011 thanks to a small uplift in valuations
Capital & Regional Plc, the retail and leisure property manager, reported that for FY 2011 its pre-tax profit fell by half to £23.4 million due to a much lower valuation uplift this year. C&R property is primarily held in 3 funds, The Mall (£1128 million), The Junction (£476...
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