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Projekt 42 launches workplace apprenticeship programme

Projekt 42, a charity aiming to tackle poor mental health in Edinburgh, has joined forces with Queen Margaret University (QMU), Edinburgh, to create a workplace apprenticeship programme with a difference. Investing in the education and progression of its staff, the charity will not only put two employees through a BA (Hons) Business Management degree at […]

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Buccleuch Property invests over £2m in Walsall

Buccleuch Property has invested over £2m in the purchase and refurbishment of two high spec industrial units at Bescot Point, Walsall. Following the purchase of the property in August 2017, the commercial property specialist has enhanced existing facilities to provide prime space for businesses looking to relocate within the area. Spanning 52,142 sq ft in […]

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Buccleuch Property purchases £1.45m site in Manchester

Commercial property specialist, Buccleuch Property has purchased a multi-let industrial property at Tameside Court, Manchester, for £1.45m. Comprising four industrial units with offices totalling 25,000 sq ft, the purchase reflects a net initial yield of 5.5% and an estimated income of £84,500 per annum, with one vacant unit. Situated in close proximity to junction 23 […]

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£17 million development set for Washington

Commercial property specialists Buccleuch Property and Argon Properties last week received detailed planning consent for a 157,000 sq ft manufacturing and distribution unit, to be known as Velocity 194, at Armstrong Way, Washington. The 10-acre site was purchased from B&Q in February this year and the £17m building will help address the chronic shortage of […]

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Buccleuch Property Challenge raises over £14,000 for charity

On Friday 7 September, 207 participants from across the UK travelled to Drumlanrig Castle, Dumfries, to take part in the 2018 Buccleuch Property Challenge, raising over £14,000 for mental health charity, Projekt 42. Breaking the fundraising target of £10,000, the money raised through the Challenge will ensure Projekt 42 is able to continue its necessary […]

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