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The Royal Highland & Agricultural Society has submitted plans to demolish its existing MacRobert Pavilion at Ingliston in order to develop a new multi-purpose facility. Designed by 3DReid Architects, the proposed building will be used for a range of functions and events including the main Royal

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The Ministry of Defence (MOD) has announced the release of 12 major sites for sale, including Craigiehall in Edinburgh, to provide land for up to 15,000 new homes. Defence minister Mark Lancaster said the move was expected to raise £500 million, which will be ploughed back into frontline defence bu

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The City of Edinburgh Council has granted planning consent for plans to build up to 400 new homes at Fountainbridge, according to developers. The Grosvenor Group said the consent unlocks the potential for its proposed build-to-rent scheme in the former industrial area close to the city centre.

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Plans for the Midlothian studio include an unspecified retail element Developers behind the £850 million development on the site of the St James shopping centre in Edinburgh are trying to block plans for a new film studio on the outskirts of the city amid fears it could undermine its own project.

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Graham Construction has won the job to build the Higgs Centre for Innovation in Edinburgh. The Construction Enquirer reports that the firm will build the space technology centre, named after particle scientist Peter Higgs, at the UK Astronomy Technology Centre’s Royal Observatory.

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The City of Edinburgh Council has approved revised plans for Edinburgh Marina to provide a 300-berth marina as well as a residential, retail and spa hotel development. The Edinburgh Marina project, which will be the focal point of Granton Harbour’s regeneration, is believed to be the first new Mar

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A plan to transform the former Royal High School in Edinburgh into a £75 million hotel has been narrowly rejected by councillors after a marathon meeting. The hotel, proposed by Duddingston House Properties (DHP) and operated by five-star chain Rosewood, would have seen the A-listed neoclassic

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Plans to transform the building formerly home to Donaldson’s College in Edinburgh into over 100 homes have received planning permission by the City of Edinburgh Council. City & Country will restore and convert the Category A Listed Playfair building, whilst CALA Evans will create a range of co

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Edinburgh council planners have urged councillors to reject proposals to transform the former Royal High School into a £75 million hotel. Jointly developed by Urbanist Hotels and Duddingston House Properties the Calton Hill project has long been a bone of contention in the city.

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Developers have submitted plans for the first phase of a £700 million new district which will see a business park complete with homes, offices and shops built at Edinburgh Airport. The 90-acre International Business Gateway is being led by a consortium comprised of Murray Estates, New Ingliston, Fr

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Alternative proposals to transform Edinburgh’s former Royal High School into a new music school have been formally submitted by the Royal High School Preservation Trust. Backed by the philanthropic Dunard Fund, the Trust’s vision will provide an alternative to Hoskins Architect

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