Glasgow shopping street is Scotland's most vacant high street with 36 per cent of its shops, offices and domestic properties now lying empty.
Local authorities own over 1,100 vacant properties in Scotland’s cities while real estate investors, tax haven firms and others are responsible for more than 500 high street vacancies.
Our research also found that about a third of shopping centres in Scotland’s cities have announced, or are considering, plans for significant redevelopment.
Only a third of properties on Scotland’s busiest shopping streets are owned by companies registered in the country, The Ferret can reveal.
Nearly 90,000 chickens and other birds have been culled in Scotland to prevent the spread of the UK's worst ever bird flu outbreak, The Ferret can reveal.
The SNP’s annual conference featured exhibits from an oil giant and an energy firm accused of being “the…
Think tanks blamed as the "driving force" behind the UK's current "economic disaster" hosted more than forty events at the Tory conference.
Scotland’s green watchdog was accused of allowing the “illegal operation” of a Scottish Water site which has polluted an East Lothian beach for a decade.
Baron Vaux of Harrowden is in dispute with his Galloway tenants after water supplies to their homes repeatedly failed quality standards.