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Plans to transform the Barnton Quarry Nuclear Bunker into a tourist attraction have been submitted to Edinburgh City Council. The former Cold War bunker is owned by Scotscrown Ltd, run by James Mitchell, who also owns Scotland's Secret Bunker in Fife.

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The former Royal High School building in Edinburgh is to be transformed into a £55 million national centre for music after the City of Edinburgh Council agreed to the lease of the historic property.

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BDP’s recent acquisition of specialist sports and stadia architecture firm Pattern Design, the practice delivering Everton FC’s new £500 million waterfront stadium, has enabled the practice's return to Edinburgh. The new studio at Thirlestane Road, which will act as a hub in the he

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A public consultation is set to begin into plans for a major new residential development at Chesser in Edinburgh. Announced last month by Watkin Jones Group, the proposed mixed-use brownfield development to the rear of the Corn Exchange will comprise primarily of build-to-rent (BTR) homes, incl

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The Edinburgh Biomes project at the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh (RBGE) is the inspiration behind a new roadmap launched by Balfour Beatty today which aims to outline its journey towards a zero carbon construction site. Balfour Beatty has been commissioned by the RBGE to help deliver its land

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Parabola welcomed the Lord Provost of the City of Edinburgh Rt Hon Cllr Frank Ross to its new zero carbon urban quarter Edinburgh Park to inspect progress on phase one of the development which includes the first flagship office building 1 New Park Square. With progress on 1 New Park S

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The City of Edinburgh Council's plans to create a £1.3 billion well-connected, sustainable new coastal town at Granton Waterfront could move to the next stage next week when an outline business case for the development will be considered by councillors at the Policy and Sustainabilit

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The City of Edinburgh Council's stance against development in the greenbelt risks jeopardising the delivery of homes that the city needs, housebuilders have warned. The City of Edinburgh Council revealed its new City Plan 2030 last week, which will address climate change, affordability, providing mo

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