Proposals have been detailed for a new community in west Edinburgh that promises 3,000 homes, office space to support more than 4,000 jobs, shops, a school, active travel routes and a green urban park.
Work on one of Edinburgh’s biggest-ever workspace developments featuring the largest electric car charging hub in Europe is expected to start later this year after it was given the go-ahead by councillors.
Proposals for the delivery of a mixed-use development at 20 Haymarket Yards have been given the green light by the City of Edinburgh Council. Granted subject to conditions, the planning application includes the demolition of the low-rise and outdated Elgin House office building, which lies close to
Works leading to the restoration of a jewel in the crown of Scotland’s architectural heritage will commence immediately with the formal commencement of a lease agreement between the City of Edinburgh Council and the Royal High School Preservation Trust (RHSPT).
The ongoing regeneration of Dundee’s waterfront is set to be complemented by an area of parkland, café and water features under new proposals submitted to the city council. Set in an area next to the £80.1 million V&A design museum, the ‘urban beach’ will create a new promenade along the