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The transformation of the Scottish National Gallery in Edinburgh is "on track" for completion at the end of the year but will not open to the public until summer 2023, it was revealed today.

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Planning permission for a new 55-room aparthotel on Forth Street and Broughton Street Lane has today been granted by the City of Edinburgh Council's Development Management Sub-Committee. The first operation to be undertaken in the city by independent company Supercity Aparthotels, the apar

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Residents are being invited to drop-in events this week as the City of Edinburgh Council gathers views on the ongoing transformation of Powderhall. Detailing early plans for new homes and greenspace on part of the site on Broughton Road, Council officers will be joined by Cruden Building and Smith S

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A consultation was launched last week seeking the views of residents on the plan for Leith Links and what improvements people would like to see there over the next 10 years. The City of Edinburgh Council’s Thriving Green Spaces Project is producing a vision masterplan for Leith Links, whi

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Tilbury Douglas has begun constructing the famous Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo show stands for the 2022 event. Following on from a two-year absence because of the Pandemic, the Tattoo is returning to Edinburgh with its 2022 show, 'Voices'. A Scottish tradition which dates back over seven decades,

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A site next to Murrayfield Stadium in Edinburgh has been earmarked for a new student accommodation block. jmarchitects has lodged plans on behalf of Host Student Housing Management Limited and McKay Limited to demolish the former Cirrus Logic office site at 36-44 Westfield Road and build nearly

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Housebuilder Avant Homes is set to bring 312 homes to the capital after planning permission was granted by the City of Edinburgh Council for a new £71 million development. Named The Lanes, the 20-acre site, which is situated just off The Wisp, forms part of the first phase of homes in Alba Dev

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Construction work on Edinburgh’s first ‘net zero’ housing development is underway in the north west of the city. Led by the City of Edinburgh Council in partnership with Glasgow-based contractor CCG (Scotland) Ltd, the 75 home ‘Granton D1’ affordable housing pilot is pa

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When Places for People completed its development at The Green, three miles south of Edinburgh at Longstone, the company sought to find a positive way to repurpose a large marketing suite in the form of a portacabin. Recently, it launched a campaign calling on Scottish charities, community groups and

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Bellway Homes Limited (Scotland East) has purchased a further parcel of land from Shawfair LLP to develop a new residential development near Sheriffhall on the outskirts of Edinburgh. The acquisition marks the second phase of housebuilding at Shawfair for Bellway, which was the first partner to

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The construction of a world-class research and teaching facility at Edinburgh BioQuarter has reached its highest point. Due to open in 2024, the new Usher building will accelerate data-driven innovation within the health and care sector.

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Funding provided by developers of new homes in north west Edinburgh has led to a route extension of the popular 41 Lothian bus service and a boost to public transport in the wider area. A new bus terminus – part of the Cammo Meadows development off Maybury Road – will promote greater use

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