Spotlight: The Future of
Glasgow's Real Estate

The Future of Glasgow's Real Estate
The future of Glasgow's real estate

2 February 2017, by Savills Research

Mixed-use schemes and regeneration will determine how we will live, work and socialise in Scotland’s largest city

Summary

■ Public sector investment has supported economic growth and will encourage private sector investment and development.

■ Retail, leisure and other occupiers are consolidating around transport links and Buchanan Street, creating a strong amenity offering in this central core.

 

■ Suburban local authorities are providing 87% of new housing supply in Greater Glasgow despite the city of Glasgow having the strongest projected household growth.

■ Mixed-use development in key areas in the city centre will bring forward much needed new residential, office and leisure space and drive change in how we work, live and socialise.

■ Infrastructure investments are creating, and reinforcing, demand for industrial sheds, business parks and residential development along key routes.

Articles from 'Spotlight: The Future of Glasgow's Real Estate'

Investing in Glasgow

The city of Glasgow continues to evolve supported by strategic investment in key projects

Reimagining the city centre

02 February 2017

Reimagining the city centre

Mixed-use schemes will deliver future homes and workspace in the city centre, changing how we live, work and socialise

Infrastructure drives the market

Improvements to infrastructure around Glasgow will continue to prompt development activity across real estate sectors

Outlook for Glasgow

Mixed-use schemes and improved infrastructure will drive the city forward

 
 

Key contacts

Clare Bailey

Clare Bailey

Associate Director
Commercial Research

Savills Margaret Street

+44 (0) 20 7409 8863

 

Emily Dorrian

Emily Dorrian

Associate
Residential Research

Savills Glasgow

+44 (0)141 222 4132

 

Mike Barnes

Mike Barnes

Research Analyst
Commercial Research

Savills Margaret Street

+44(0) 203 107 5459

 

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