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  1. Be interesting to see who buys Amec's North Sea business. Last I heard there were some big American names interested.
  2. Looks like Amec's North Sea business will have to be sold to another engineer firm rather than merged with WG's due to competition fears. http://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2017/08/02/cma-calls-north-sea-sell-off-ahead-amec-foster-wheeler-deal/ Also, is there enough space at Total's Westhill premises for Maersk staff to move there?
  3. Citylets Q2 2017 report out now: https://www.citylets.co.uk/research/reports/pdf/Citylets-Quarterly-Report-Q2-2017.pdf?ref=reports Rental prices for some properties continue to decrease, whereas it notes that some rose the last quarter, meaning the overall rent has actually risen quarter-on-quarter.
  4. Aberdeen City house price index at £167,630 for April, down three and a half percent year on year. Not quite as big a decline as has typically been seen this last year.
  5. Yeah possibly. The original article outlining the plans is from Feb of last year: https://www.pressandjournal.co.uk/fp/news/aberdeen/826037/aberdeens-oldest-hospital-could-be-transformed-into-hotel-and-flats/ The hospital only fully closed last month so it could take some time before it is redeveloped.
  6. I heard they were developing it into flats and/or a hotel.
  7. The old RGU city centre buildings have been sitting empty for a few years now I think, was wondering when someone was going to do something with them...
  8. That's The Capitol office building got a new tenant: https://www.energyvoice.com/oilandgas/north-sea/138427/chrysaor-poised-become-biggest-tenant-capitol-articleisfree/ I was wondering if Chrysaor might have rented the old BG offices on Albyn Road, seeing as they are effectively BG, or maybe even an office on the outskirts of the city near AWPR, but they went for the Capitol instead. Edit: for reference, The Capitol is that fancy looking new office building at the top of Union Street where the old Capitol theatre used to be (hence the name).
  9. Registers of Scotland March numbers out. Average value: £190,152. Down about 3% YoY. Number sold: 299. Down a little bit compared to the boom years.
  10. ASPC report for 2017 Q1 released: https://www.aspc.co.uk/media/95276/First-Quarter.pdf
  11. Zoopla also allows you to see this, and has more listings too, I think.
  12. Maybe Zoopla or Rightmove? http://www.rightmove.co.uk/house-prices/Aberdeen.html
  13. Latest Citylets report for Q1 2017 has been released: https://www.citylets.co.uk/research/reports/pdf/Citylets-Quarterly-Report-Q1-17.pdf?ref=reports Average rent for a 1 bed has dipped below £500 pcm to £498, and for a three bed has dropped below four figures to £995.
  14. Have those properties been on the market for over a year now?
  15. Registers of Scotland numbers for Feb out. Average value: £202,818 - actually up almost 9% year on year. First YoY rise since 2015. Be interesting to see if this is a trend or a blip. Number of sales: 199 - sub 200. I think this is the lowest recorded monthly sales figure reported on RoS data for Aberdeen City.
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