Scottish economy’s underlying strength invisible to our Nomedia

(c) Scottish Construction Now

From Insider today:

‘Investment in Scotland’s commercial property sector is expected to top last year’s total of £2 billion, according to the latest data from estate agency Savills. It points to the latest data which shows that investment volumes of £1.74 billion have already been transacted and £265 million currently under offer as we approach the fourth quarter of the year. Volumes are 90 per cent ahead of the same point in 2017, suggesting that this will be one of the strongest recorded in terms of investment volumes.’

I’m not an economist, thank dog, but I understand that if businesses are investing more in property then there must be more business going on to fill those spaces and more folk employed there to produce the stuff that can be taxed and to pay tax themselves – seemples?

For more on the intrinsic and on the relative strength of the Scottish economy, see:

63% fall in large business insolvencies as Scottish economy reveals strength

See this Douglas? Business investment in Scotland up 250%!

Scottish Business Strength No.77: Small Scottish construction firms’ growth up 17%

Scottish small businesses still more confident than those in non-Scottish parts

Business activity soars to four-year high across manufacturing and service

Business confidence in Scotland soars by 24% while it sinks 29% in non-Scottish parts of UK

Scottish businesses more likely to be stable than those in rest of UK: News from a parallel universe unknown to our mainstream media

Scottish Government supports economy with new business rates unique in UK

Scottish business confidence higher than in any other region of UK



2 thoughts on “Scottish economy’s underlying strength invisible to our Nomedia

  1. Matthew Egblorgbe September 25, 2018 / 12:10 pm

    there is no job in my country please if you can get us a construction company that can sponsor visa and for us than after working for some months then they subtract the visa payment from our salary please can you help us get a company that can help us . we really need job to do to take care of our family am Matthew Egblorgbe.


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