The future of Scottish cities: An EG-hosted production

Nov 4, 2021

Queensferry One, Rosyth

In a year of profound uncertainty, Scotland’s cities displayed impressive resilience across both their residential and commercial property markets. And as the pandemic recedes, many continue to be at the forefront of exciting trends around sustainability, regeneration, and repurposing.

Aberdeen, the historic centre of Scotland’s oil industry, has taken great strides to reinvent itself as one of Europe’s clean energy capitals. Meanwhile, in Glasgow and Edinburgh, inventive schemes are helping transform legacy buildings into vibrant assets for 21st century living, as a shake-up of planning laws seeks to address challenges around affordable housing.

In this pre-recorded production chaired by EG, Ross Jubin, Investment and Development Consultant at Scarborough Group International, talks about the growth of the Scottish Industrial and Logistics market and how we’re positioning our Queensferry One development in Rosyth to respond to this spike in demand.

Watch Ross and a panel of speakers from Shoosmiths, Savills and MEPC discuss what the future holds for Scottish cities and what support will they need to unlock their potential at 10am on Friday 12 November 2021.


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