A global property investor aims to make BP’s North Sea headquarters in Aberdeen a beacon of the city’s green credentials.
“Crippling” business rate demand letters totalling hundreds of thousands of pounds could be set to “kill off” a number of struggling Aberdeen commercial property firms.
Offshore environmental management service firm Turnkey Environmental Management Services (Tems) International has completed a move to new headquarters in Aberdeen.
A building that just a few years ago was at the heart of plans for a major regeneration project in Aberdeen is changing hands as part of a £65 million property deal.
The commercial property market in Aberdeen continues to show encouraging signs of recovery, though it’s still a long way short of the halcyon days before the oil and gas downturn.
Servelec Controls is relocating its Aberdeen operation to Moorfield Group’s Innovation Park in Bridge of Don.
Commercial property sales in Aberdeen have topped Edinburgh and Glasgow for the first time since oil prices crashed in late 2014.
North Sea independent Chrysaor has agreed terms to become the third and biggest tenant in The Capitol office development in Union Street, Aberdeen.