Leading law firm Ascent Legal Scotland/Irwin Mitchell Scotland won the Corporate Social Responsibility Firm of the Year award at the Law Awards of Scotland – the firm`s second award for its charitable work. At a ceremony at the Radisson Blu Hotel in Glasgow on 12 September, Scotland`s best law firms and individuals had to offer were honoured at the Law Awards of Scotland, which celebrated their 10th anniversary as the country`s premier legal event. Ascent Legal Scotland/Irwin Mitchell Scotland were recognised for their fundraising at the Scott and Co Scottish Legal Awards earlier this year. The firm`s lawyers and staff delighted the judges with their commitment to local charities such as the Yorkhill Children`s Foundation in Glasgow, Marie Curie Cancer Care, Macmillan Cancer Support and Child Bereavement UK. This award recognizes his participation in various community activities such as debt counselling in schools, career counselling, and his involvement in legal rights education at students` community colleges. Myra Scott, Head of Legal/Pro Bono, said: “Winning a second award for our corporate and social responsibility is a testament to the hard work of all our employees.” A design statement submitted with the application of St Vincent Property Ltd stated: “The project description calls for a complete back-to-frame renovation and extension at the rear of the site to provide approximately 151,000 square feet of Class A office space. The provision of rooftop terraces is included in the new development, as are leisure areas such as a bicycle storage room and a gym. JLL for yourself and for the sellers or owners of this property of which they are the agents, note that: 150 St Vincent Street offers a prime location in the heart of Glasgow`s central business district. View of the existing building (left) and the proposed building from the corner of the Citation and Due Diligence Services of St Vincent Street and Wellington Street. The company provides services throughout Scotland to a client base that includes leading professional services firms and organisations. The statement added: “The renovated office building will be an attractive improvement to the Central Business District and Blythswood district in Glasgow city centre and will be guided by the efforts of Glasgow City Council to create a modernised identity for the region. “Additional floors will be moved to the upper floors to allow tenants large roof terraces that maximize the view of the city. The roof extension is intended to exit the rear block and allows the height of the building to be widely aligned with the Beacon building at the opposite corner of Wellington Street.
This information is available on the PitchBook platform. To explore Fraser Gowrie Johnston`s full profile, request access. Clearbell Property Partners IV, a fund managed by Clearbell Capital LLP, purchased the property earlier this year from a fund managed by PineBridge Benson Elliot. PitchBook`s non-financial metrics help you measure a company`s traction and growth using web presence and social reach. There are plans to renovate the building with great durability and see if Clearbell can create Glasgow`s first climate-neutral office building and Glasgow`s first BREAAM Outstanding office. Clearbell also wants to work towards climate neutrality for the entire life cycle of the building. This is a profile preview of the PitchBook platform. Proposals to double the office building at 150 St Vincent Street in Glasgow have now been submitted for planning.
150 Saint-Vincent Street has a striking black façade with 69,000 m² of first-class offices on 7 floors and a secure garage for 24 cars. The property has undergone a complete renovation of the reception area and offices on the 4th floor to provide a high quality offer to all residents. The 2nd floor offers a great opportunity for a large user looking for a flexible workplace. Existing users include Monster Worldwide, JLL, Office Angels, and Robb Residential. The office building extends over eight floors on 69,000 m². Clearbell plans to double the size of the existing building to 152,000 square feet by applying for a building permit to expand the floor slabs and add four floors.