The economic growth opportunities and challenges which Scotland faces will be in the spotlight at the Built Environment Networking Conference next month.
Craig Inglis will be joined by Managing Director of BOHO Christine Young to discuss ambitious plans for Scotland and the growth of Structured House Group (shg) & BOHO.
The event is also backed by the Scottish Government and Scottish Enterprise with a host of leaders from the public and private sectors contributing to the one-day event.
The focus will be on development, regeneration and economic growth across Scotland with organisers describing Scotland as having an evident ambition to deliver an unprecedented level of economic growth.
shg & BOHO will address more than 300 key stakeholders and decision-makers ahead of debates and conversations on Scotland’s regeneration.
shg launched its property-management brand BOHO in 2018 to look after its spaces and places.
BOHO is set to open Scotway House – its flagship £40million GDV student residence along the Clydeside. The 14-storey student accommodation, complete with a separate study building, is a state-of-the-art, tech savvy build and will be home to more than 400 students from Scotland, the UK, and across the world when it opens later this month.
As innovators and influencers in the property market, Scotway House is designed with health and wellbeing in mind from the beginning. Placing community at the heart of everything we do, we are proud to create a future that goes beyond development and pivotal to this, is continued investment and growth.
Scotway House is one of a number of builds planned to bring student residences, built-to-rent, and hotels to Scotland and the rest of the UK.