The Scottish capital has the UK’s strongest economy after London and is widely viewed as our second financial centre.
There are excellent transport links by road, rail and air with the rest of Scotland, the UK and abroad, especially London, while the city’s three universities make Edinburgh the perfect graduate recruitment centre.
Areas such as Leith docklands and the Granton waterfront have been extensively redeveloped in recent years.
Three-quarters of the city centre, home to the Central Business District, is made up of listed buildings, but more modern premises can be found in places like Edinburgh Park, in South Gyle on the city’s western edge.
Places such as this are likely to become more popular in the future, as city centre space becomes increasingly sought after.
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Cost breakdown of renting this office over a five year period.