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Are things finally "on the up"?

The trees are out, the sky is blue and spring is well and truly upon us. Read more

Latest ASPC results

The recent publication of the statistics for the fourth quarter of 2021 (produced by the ASPC in conjunction with the University of Aberdeen Business School, Centre for Real Estate Research) provides an interesting insight into market activity during the last quarter. Read more

New Trainee Appointments

Mackinnons Solicitors LLP are delighted to announce the appointment of two new Trainee Solicitors within their Carden Place office. Cameron Milne and Jasmine Munro joined Mackinnons in January, having graduated from Robert Gordons University in Aberdeen after completing their LLB degrees and thereafter the required Diploma in Legal Practice. Read more

Why it pays to stick to the redundancy consultation requirements

It is clear that the current Coronavirus pandemic is having the biggest impact on employment since the Oil and Gas downturn in 2007. As a result of these ever-changing times, and while facing the potential of mass redundancies, it may be tempting to gloss over consultation requirements. Read more

Business Continuity

We are certainly in uncharted waters at the moment but wish to reassure all our clients that whilst the personal health and welfare of our staff must be paramount at this time, we will continue to operate and support our clients’ legal requirements with the minimum of disruption. Read more

A Helping Hand

2020 was a difficult year for everyone and the recent holiday period undoubtedly placed an even greater strain on those providing support in our local communities. Read more
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Mackinnons Celebrate Newly Qualified Solicitors

Mackinnons are pleased to announce the retention of their Commercial Trainees following their qualification earlier this month. Jasmine Munro and Cameron Milne have both now completed their two-year Traineeships with the firm and accepted positions as newly qualified solicitors within Mackinnons' Commercial Department.

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2023 Property Market Reflections

The fourth quarter statistics from the ASPC for 2023 reflect the challenges our local market has faced over the last year. The quarterly house price change in Aberdeen City and Suburbs is 0.5%, while the annual change is -3.1%. Taken over five years, the index is “marginally positive” at +1.0%.

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