What would you buy for £30m outside London?

If you had £30m to spend on regional commercial property, where would it go? Estates Gazette handed an imaginary £30m to some of the best-known names in regional property and asked them to invest wisely. From Aberdeen offices via farmland to troubled shopping centres and northern workspace, our panellists were convinced they could get good, competitive returns in the UK’s regional markets. So, £30m well spent? You decide… By David Thame

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Aberdeen offices and industrial

Name David Davidson

Job title Managing director, Cushman & Wakefield Scotland

Analysis “I would invest it all in Scotland, obviously, and Aberdeen is the place, despite the fall in oil prices. There is already a demonstrable and unjustifiable price gap between Scottish property and other UK cities – we are about 50-75…

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