Property 2016 explores the future of the UK property industry

In a week when, across the Atlantic, the unexpected happened, it was reassuring to find that some certainties remain. In Edinburgh’s City Centre it was business as usual, as leading players from the property industry gathered at Property 2016, an event now in its 17th year, which delivered as predicted a stellar speaker line up and much to discuss. More...


Car salesman asks: Are we needed?

The credo of the consummate sales professional is to focus on the benefits of a product and less so on its features. And so, at the Property 2016 conference in Edinburgh last week, that’s exactly what AECOM’s Head of Urban Development, Chris Choa did when he spoke about the implications and opportunities presented by the development and large-scale adoption in our cities of autonomous vehicles (AKA driverless cars). More...


What impact will driverless cars have on urban development?

Driverless cars are due to appear on UK roads sooner than most probably imagine but how will they impact urban development going forward? More...


5 reasons to attend Property 2016

Here are the top five reasons why you cannot afford to miss this year's premier property industry gathering. More...


Scottish Property Awards 2017

The Scottish Property Awards is the nation’s black tie industry gathering which celebrates the best in commercial property. The 4th annual programme has now closed for 2017 with a record number of entries for 17 categories covering the best in development, deals, teams and talent. More...


New partner appointment to Shepherd and Wedderburn’s top-ranked Real Estate and Infrastructure team

Jamie Grant has joined Shepherd and Wedderburn’s top-ranked Real Estate and Infrastructure practice as a partner from MacRoberts where, for the last 23 years, he has been a partner. He joins the firm’s Glasgow office, just ahead of its relocation to a brand new Grade A 11 storey building in the city’s West Regent Street. More...


The new energy efficiency regulations: Their impact on Scotland’s commercial property market

On 1 September, the Assessment of Energy Performance of Non-domestic Buildings (Scotland) Regulations 2016 came into force. The Scottish Government introduced the new measures, ahead of the rest of the UK, as part of its efforts to reduce the country’s carbon footprint under the provisions of the Climate Change (Scotland) Act 2009. More...


Shepherd and Wedderburn hosts Property 2016

Now in its 17th year, Scotland’s premier property conference, Property 2016, returns to the Edinburgh International Conference Centre (EICC) on Thursday 10 November and once again promises to deliver an outstanding panel of speakers and the highest calibre of delegates. More...


Shepherd and Wedderburn acts for White & Mackay in purchase of regional distribution hub

Shepherd and Wedderburn acted for the distiller and global whisky brand, Whyte & Mackay, in the purchase from Asda of a 127,000 square foot logistics facility at DC2, West Mains Industrial Estate, Grangemouth, Fife. More...

2017 Sponsorship Opportunities

For information on the available sponsorship opportunities for Property 2017, please contact Julie Webster

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