7N Architects has submitted a planning application for Phase 5 of the Edmonstone masterplan, delivering 176 new homes and complementary small commercial space within the unique setting of Edmonstone Woods.
Kingdom Housing Association’s award-winning regeneration of Fraser Avenue in Inverkeithing has reached a key milestone with the completion of the second phase of the development. Winning the Affordable Large Housing Development of the Year Award at the Scottish Home Awards 2020, Phase 1 of the
Architecture practice 7N has been granted detailed planning consent for Plot P2 of its Western Harbour masterplan on behalf of Forth Ports. Designed in collaboration with Rankin Fraser Landscape Architects, the proposals will deliver 205 homes focussed around a communal courtyard garden that in
Construction work has started on 126 low carbon homes at Rowanbank Gardens in Corstorphine, Edinburgh which are being delivered by Artisan Real Estate. Piling has now begun on site, which was formerly a care home, following the granting of planning approval by the City of Edinburgh Council
Cruden Homes (East) and bid partner Buccleuch Property were yesterday confirmed as preferred developers to carry out the landmark regeneration of a major brownfield site in Fountainbridge, Edinburgh following a competitive procurement process.
Tulloch Developments is to begin the first phase of demolition work at the old Anderson High School site at the Knab in Lerwick. Work is set to begin in early May, and take around eighteen weeks to complete. This initial phase will focus on physically separating the existing buildings by removing va
Communities secretary Aileen Campbell visited Fraser Avenue in Inverkeithing yesterday to see what lessons can be learnt from the major suburban infill project by Kingdom Housing Association and 7N Architects as part of the Scottish Government’s Housing 2040 workshops with Architecture &
A masterplan drafted by 7N Architects for the creation of sustainable mixed use community on an old high school site in Lerwick has been adopted as Supplementary Planning Guidance by Shetland Islands Council.