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7 Castle Street

EH2 3AH - Edinburgh

United Kingdom

 +44 1312434180

Stewart Taylor

Senior Director, Advisory & Transaction Services, CBRE, United Kingdom

Stewart is a Senior Director in CBRE’s Edinburgh office, with responsibility for the Advisory and Transaction Services business line within Scotland. The team with offices in Edinburgh, Glasgow and Aberdeen provides advice to occupiers, landlords and both commercial and residential developers and land owners at all points of the property cycle.

The role has responsibility for ensuring, on behalf of occupier clients, that whether they are acquiring, restructuring, reconfiguring, disposing or undertaking a rent review, there is continuity in the advice they are given and the most capable team members, appropriate to each instruction are involved.

We provide advice based on our experience and our market research which can be both geographical and sector specific. Where appropriate, we involve our specialist London based teams who have a detailed knowledge of a range of sectors including inter alia; hotel, student and build to rent.

Most recently I have been involved in the pre-letting of 65,500 sq. ft. of offices to State Street bank at Quartermile in Edinburgh and the sale of the first residential sites at the new town of Shawfair. I am advising the Council and BAM on the development of Capital Square, a 120,000 sq. ft. office building on Morrison Street in Edinburgh.

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