"It’s in data like this, unlike the almost useless GDP figures or GERS estimates, that you see objective indicators of good health in the Scottish economy. It’s a no-brainer that increased demand for warehouse space means more economic activity, more jobs and more tax revenue. See this in Insider today: Demand for warehouses in Scotland passed 360,966 sq ft for the last six months, the strongest start since 2016 and an 180% increase on the full year figure for 2018, according to data from Savills. Take-up has mainly consisted of second-hand units which accounted for 67% of all space transacted. Of the available units on the market in Scotland, 90% is within the 100,000-200,000 sq ft size category, while just 11% of the total available space is of grade A quality."