Citylets Stats Unveil Glasgow’s Hottest Property.
Thursday, January 27th, 2011
on behalf of Citylets
Citylets unveils hot to stay statistics gaining effective PR Scotland in the Evening Times.
Citylets who provided the statistics for a recent survey to show where’s hot or not to live in Glasgow have been featured in a recent online article by the Evening Times.
The statistics which clearly show the differant areas of Glasgow and give indications on price were included in the piece, naming the Park and Woodlands area as the most expensive and desireable to live.
Citylets‘ senior analyst Dan Cookson unveiled the findings: “Park and Woodlands is the most sought after area in Glasgow”.
The statistics have shown that renters in the area are paying an average of £808 for a two-bedroom property, much more than in other areas of the city.
The full article and maps can be accessed at the Evening Times website and was secured as part of an ongoing PR and media relations campaign conducted by the Holyrood PR.
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