Edinburgh



Kier begins work to turn Granton Station into creative and community hub

The first spades were put in the ground yesterday to bring the historic former Granton Station back to life as a high-quality creative workspace at a cost of up to £4.75 million.

Published 24 June 2021

Construction starts on new Taylor Wimpey homes at Maybury

Taylor Wimpey East Scotland has confirmed that construction work on new homes at its West Craigs development, located off Maybury Road on the outskirts of west Edinburgh has started and is now in full swing.

Published 23 June 2021

NHS Lothian hands over ‘Sick Kids’ site to housing developer

Building work to deliver a major mixed-use development including affordable housing at NHS Lothian's former Sick Kids site is under way after the building was formally handed over to its new owners Downing.

Published 21 June 2021

Views sought on plan for 55 flats at Edinburgh Marina

A public consultation has opened into proposals for a mixed-use development containing 55 residential flats and ten commercial units on a small plot at Granton Harbour.

Published 18 June 2021

Edinburgh opens consultation on draft 2030 climate strategy

A major consultation has been launched on how Edinburgh will tackle climate change.

Published 16 June 2021

Final phase of Powderhall Stables transformation begins

The final phase of the City of Edinburgh Council’s Powderhall Stables refurbishment, which will transform a historic 1890s former stable block in the Broughton neighbourhood of Edinburgh into work and events spaces, is now under way.

Published 15 June 2021

Work completed on £5.4m specialist supported housing scheme in Leith 

Social housing investor Triple Point Social Housing REIT has today the completion of work on a new development in Leith which provides high-quality new homes for local people with long-term disabilities.

Published 15 June 2021

CALA seeks views on proposed development in Currie

CALA Homes is calling on the surrounding community to engage in a potential new development north of Currie that includes a new road to relieve pressure on Lanark Road West.

Published 15 June 2021

Edinburgh highlights progress of construction projects despite Covid pressures

The City of Edinburgh Council continues to make good progress on a number of its infrastructure projects despite the significant impact of dealing with the global pandemic on the hundreds of services it provides for the city, a new performance and benchmarking report has revealed.

Published 10 June 2021

Edinburgh to develop 20-Minute Neighbourhoods strategy

A strategy has been developed to find ways for Edinburgh residents to meet their daily needs within 20 minutes of their homes by walking, using public transport, wheeling or cycling.

Published 9 June 2021

Barratt Developments acquires land from Henry Boot in £2.6m deal

Henry Boot's land promotion business Hallam Land Management (HLM) has completed the sale of 116 plots on the edge of Edinburgh to Barratt Developments at a total price of £2.6 million.

Published 8 June 2021

Sharkey wins Edinburgh Gin design and build contract

Edinburgh Gin has selected Sharkey to construct its new distillery centre in the capital.

Published 8 June 2021

£500m 'urban quarter' revamp planned for Edinburgh’s Gyle Shopping Centre

Development manager Bankfoot APAM has unveiled plans to invest £500 million to overhaul Edinburgh’s Gyle Shopping Centre into a major "urban quarter".

Published 7 June 2021

Canongate homes set for conservation and energy efficiency work

Residents in the Canongate area of Edinburgh's Old Town will benefit from a range of conservation and energy efficiency improvements on track to reduce energy consumption and carbon emissions by over 50%.

Published 7 June 2021

Edinburgh publishes draft climate strategy

The City of Edinburgh Council has set out a city-wide approach to reducing its greenhouse gas emissions as part of new plans being considered by councillors to tackle climate change.

Published 7 June 2021