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The first residents have moved into the Rowanbank Gardens development in Edinburgh in little more than two years since construction started on the project dubbed a "spectacular blueprint for low carbon living". Almost 80% of the development’s first ‘Appleberry’ homes phase is

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A new housing development has just opened in Edinburgh for people with additional support needs that is set to transform the lives of its tenants. The development at Ford’s Road in the west end of the city was built by the charity Lar Housing Trust and is being hailed as the perfect example of

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The site of former public conveniences in the Morningside area of Edinburgh has been transformed into a new five-storey residential building. The development by Rennick Property regenerates the site and provides rarely offered new housing in the area.

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Balfour Beatty has been awarded a £67 million contract by the City of Edinburgh Council to deliver a replacement campus at Liberton High School. The firm will be responsible for the design and construction of the new 13,470 square metre campus alongside facilities for the local community

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Following seven years of construction the final phase of Places for People’s The Engine Yard in Leith is now open. The iconic former tram depot originally opened in 1898 as the Shrubhill Tramway Workshops and Power Station, the workshops were where Edinburgh’s trams were built and mainta

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Blackfinch Property has finalised a £5.6 million bridging loan, set for a term of 12 months, earmarked for the development of a new hotel in Edinburgh's centre. The project, worth an estimated £100m, aims to transform three dilapidated mixed-use retail and office buildings on Princes Str

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​Efforts to save Leith’s much-loved Lindsay Road Bridge (also known as Pride Bridge) have moved a step closer thanks to a funding award through Sustrans’ Places for Everyone programme. The 1930’s bridge, originally built for vehicular traffic, was closed off to motor vehicles in

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Dublin-based Dalata Hotel Group has announced it will expand its presence in Scotland with a new £50 million Clayton Hotel in Edinburgh. This follows the acquisition of a prime location at 28 St Andrew Square, previously the site of Virgin Money premises. The proposed Clayton property, one of

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