A new property guide focussing on Glasgow's East End has been published as part of our extensive analysis into properties in the area.
The faces of the most wanted criminals in Scotland have now been made available online.
It is hoped that the newly created section of Police Scotland's website, which was made available from 3 April 2015, will encourage members of the public to help the country's police-force trace said criminals.
According to the most recent house price index from Your Move/Acadata, by rising to almost £167,000 in January 2015 – a 1 per cent increase since December 2014 - the average price of houses in Scotland has reached record levels and in doing so, has recovered from the losses, which resulted from the recession.
During the last so-called 'property boom', which peaked in May 2008, the average Scottish house price was £1,200 lower than it is currently.
A new campaign aimed at addressing the problem of wildlife crime in Scotland has been launched by Police Scotland.
Wildlife Crime, which is defined as 'any act that is made illegal in Scotland under legislation with regard to certain birds, animals and plants including their habitats, both on land and at sea', includes badgers persecution, badger persecution, poisoning birds of prey, poaching and trading certain endangered species.
The Directors of The Glasgow Law Practice are pleased to advise that senior solicitor Jacqueline Harkins has been promoted to an Associate of the firm. Jacqueline has been a valuable member of the firm since 2005 and specialises in Family Law matters and Adults with Incapacity including Guardianship and deeds of Power of Attorney. Jacqueline is based at our Muirhead and Saltmarket offices. For full information about Jacqueline view her profile here.
Comparing the last three months of 2014 to the same period in 2013, the number of sales of residential properties costing £1 million or more in Scotland, rose by 9 per cent.
The findings by London-based estate agents Knight Frank show that in the last quarter of 2014, sales that exceeded £1 million, took place in eleven different Scottish local authorities including Edinburgh, East Dunbartonshire, Fife and Aberdeen City.