About BAM Properties
BAM Properties is known for commercial and retail developments that create value for investors. Our high quality, sustainable developments also bring benefits to the businesses and people who work in them.
BAM Properties is the property development arm of BAM Construct UK a construction and property services company that undertakes design, construction, facilities management and public private partnerships. Other significant developments in Scotland include £24M Aurora building in Bothwell Street, as well as building the Riverside Transport Museum, refurbishment of the National Portrait Gallery, Nike’s flagship store on Buchanan Street, Tesco Bank’s headquarters at Haymarket in Edinburgh and NFU’s Glasgow office.
We are part of Royal BAM Group a European construction and property services enterprise that is listed on the Euronext Amsterdam.
BAM Properties has developed more than three million sq ft of commercial and retail space over the past 25 years. Its most recent retail development in Buchanan Street, Glasgow was let to Nike and sold to investment managers La Salle.
The Scottish Partnership for Regeneration in Urban Centres (SPRUCE) is a £50m Urban Development Fund funded by the Scottish Government and the European Regional Development Fund under the JESSICA initiative (Joint European Support for Sustainable Investment in City Areas). SPRUCE is managed by the Amber Infrastructure Group, which was appointed by the European Investment Bank (EIB) and the Scottish Government to manage the fund and to originate and invest in regeneration and energy efficiency projects.
SPRUCE provides competitively priced senior and mezzanine loans and equity to eligible projects in the thirteen most deprived local authority areas of Scotland.