The supplement will have a section focussing exclusively on property in Scotland and will see correspondents from The Times reviewing some of the most desirable properties for sale and prime places to live.
They will also bring and explain to readers the latest breaking property market news, views and trends from both sides of the border.
Bricks & Mortar recently won National Newspaper Supplement of the Year at the 2015 LSL Property Press Awards and property and business editor, Carol Lewis, was named International Property Journalist or the year. This follows Bricks & Mortar editor, Anne Ashworth, being named as Property Columnist of the Year at the 2014 awards.
Scottish editor of The Times, Les Snowdon, said: “We are constantly looking to improve on our world-class content and now Scottish readers will benefit from the award-winning journalism of The Times property team bringing their expert knowledge, analysis and advice to the Scottish property market.”
Bricks & Mortar Editor, Anne Ashworth, said: “With just over three weeks until one of the most unpredictable general elections in decades we are launching at just the right time for Scottish readers. Regardless of the outcome there will inevitably be uncertainty in the market and we will help them to make the right decisions as it settles down under a new government.”