Plans to create a residential-led development that will transform a 15.5-acre factory site in Edinburgh with new homes, community amenities and access to a new transport hub have moved forward with the acquisition of the plot of land.
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The City of Edinburgh Council has granted planning permission for a mixed-use development at Baltic Street, Leith. Designed by Michael Laird Architects on behalf of Sundial Properties, the development near the Shore will create student accommodation, affordable housing, retail units and a digital co
Scottish Borders Council has granted Planning Permission in Principle (PPiP) for a mixed-use redevelopment of a historic auction mart to create a "new town centre" for Newtown St Boswells.
Plans submitted by Sundial Dundas Corstorphine Ltd to redevelop Corstorphine Hospital and its grounds have finally been approved by the City of Edinburgh Council.
Historic buildings at a former Leith gasworks are set to be replaced with student accommodation, affordable homes and shared office space following the approval of a planning application this week.
Councillors have been recommended to approve plans for a mixed-use development including 18 affordable homes at a former gasworks in Leith.
Sundial Properties has progressed plans for a mixed-residential development at a former gasworks in Leith following the conclusion of a public engagement exercise.
Sundial Properties has hosted a public exhibition revealing the firm's redevelopment plans for a former gasworks in Leith. Detailed plans for the site at 1-5 Baltic Street and 7-27 Constitution Street are being worked on by Michael Laird Architects for a future planning application for a mixed-
A 78-home redevelopment of Corstorphine Hospital near Edinburgh Zoo has been granted planning permission despite concerns over the lack of affordable homes and the welfare of the zoo’s giant pandas. Under the plans, developers Dundas Estates will convert the listed building into 30 apartments
The Dalkeith Corn Exchange, recently renovated and reopened by Melville Housing Association, has won a prestigious award from the Royal Incorporation of Architects in Scotland (RIAS). In recognition for the work done by Melville and its partners, the Grade A listed building picked up the Historic En