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Plans for Commercial Street withdrawn

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by Joseph Anderson Local Democracy ReporterPlans to pave over two water features in Leith have been dropped, after the application attracted hundreds of objections from residents.Guernsey-based Ophelia Investments applied to The City of Edinburgh...

Permission granted for housing based development at Edinburgh Park

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The City of Edinburgh Council's planners have approved planning consent for Parabola's planning application for the land to the south of Edinburgh Park.The detailed planning approval is for:• Over 43,000 sqm of commercial...

Corstorphine Road development called in by Scottish Ministers

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Opponents of plans to demolish a Victorian villa and replace it with twenty flats have been handed a lifeline, after the previously approved proposals were called in by the Scottish government.Plans to develop 37...

Council approval granted for £24M Student and Homes Quarter for Abbeyhill

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Planning approval has been granted for a new mixed-used student and residential quarter in the Abbeyhill area of Edinburgh by the City of Edinburgh Council. The Abbey Lane development brings together a 298-bed student...

Government will use digital strategy to get people involved in planning

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A new digital structure to be set up in a Scottish Government programme will make it easier for the public to get involved with creating and shaping their neighbourhoods.The £35 million five-year programme...

Canal development recommended for approval

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by Joseph Anderson Local Democracy ReporterCouncil planners are set to approve a new development overlooking the historic Union Canal, after previously saying the proposed building ‘would fail to respect the character and appearance...

Innovative way of getting around coronavirus restrictions – new glass roof and dining...

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by Joseph Anderson, Local Democracy Reporter.An Edinburgh landmark is set for a facelift as the owners look to establish a retractable glass roof and chic dining terrace.Kevin Doyle's property management company Caledonian Heritable has...

Thor’s Tipi may be on the way back to Waverley Mall

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by Joseph Anderson Local Democracy ReporterCouncil set to allow Thor’s Tipi to come back to Waverley Mall this winter.Edinburgh City Council is set to approve plans for Thor’s Tipi to return to Waverley Mall...

Balfour thinks the planning changes are one step too far

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Covid-19 planning changes go too farChanges to aspects of the planning system due to the Covid-19 outbreak could undermine the integrity of the planning system. These are the concerns for Jeremy Balfour Conservative MSP...
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Encouragement for Edinburgh Residents to to Name New Streets

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Edinburgh's street naming bank is now online and residents in Edinburgh are being encouraged to suggest appropriate names to be added.Anyone can propose a name for a street for the bank which is managed...

Stead’s Place – planners refuse planning application

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The council’s Development Management Committee met today to discuss the application by Drum Property to demolish a two storey Art Deco building on Leith Walk. After four and a half hours of discussion they...

Step Forward for Ambitious Plans to Regenerate Granton Waterfront

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An ambitious regeneration project at Granton Waterfront will take a step forward next month. The City of Edinburgh Council will begin an intensive six month period of public engagement with the intention of delivering...

Residents’ views sought on City Council’s long term plans for change

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Plans have been outlined by The City of Edinburgh Council to engage with residents on developing a four-year strategy to meet the changing demands of the city and its services. Subject to approval at the...

Jardine’s call on developer to take up community engagement offer rebuffed

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Community engagement snubbed by developer.Christine Jardine, Lib Dem MP for Edinburgh West, tells us today that she has had her offer to facilitate a meeting between community groups and developer Dandara snubbed.The meeting...

SESplan publish proposed plans – have a look and have your say!

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The overarching planning authority for Edinburgh and the six surrounding council areas is called SESplan. They have just issued their proposed Strategic Development Plan for the area and it is open for comment tillThis...

Charlotte Baptist Chapel to become a restaurant with rooms

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The council's planners will recommend to councillors later this week that the former church at the west end of Rose Street will be turned into a restaurant with rooms. Following a lengthy passage through the planning process...

Development plans for empty site at King’s Stables Road

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Plans have been unveiled for a mixed use development which includes student flats at a site on King's Stables Road which has been lying empty for a number of years.The joint development by Peveril Securities...

St Mary’s Music School have designs on the Royal High

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The decision by the council on plans to form a five star hotel in the former Royal High School building will be made tomorrow Thursday 17 December. The application has been subject to criticism and...

City Observatory development will star arts space

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Earlier today the council's planners approved plans to create a new contemporary visual arts space at the City Observatory complex on Edinburgh’s Calton Hill. The project will mean that one of Edinburgh’s most iconic sites is saved...

Another stage in the planning process for Donaldson’s

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CALA-Evans and City & Country have collaborated on a joint planning application to the City of Edinburgh Council for the building formerly home to Donaldson's College in the West End of the city.The Playfair...

Canonmills Bridge campaigners to fight on

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Despite the fact that the recommendation to the planning committee tomorrow is for the building at 1-6 Canonmills Bridge to be demolished, that decision may be deferred according to the campaigners fighting against it. In...

Council to decide future for Boroughmuir High School

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A Victorian school building on Viewforth will become vacant next year when Boroughmuir High School moves to its new campus on the bank of the Union Canal. The council have decided to put the...

Call for reinstatement of Southside Community Council

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Cllr Jim Orr, the only Independent councillor on The City of Edinburgh Council submitted a petition to the council to re-establish a Southside Community Council (SCC). Cllr Orr told The Edinburgh Reporter:  “The Southside has not had a...

Plans for the Royal High School on public view today

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The development of the former Royal High School building on Regent Road has attracted much comment in Edinburgh and today is your final chance to go and see the public exhibition of the proposals...

Kyloe Cow must go

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Contributed articleMay 14th 2014 will be a day to remember as the City of Edinburgh Council donned their black hats and voted 8-5 to banish Kyloe Cow from his West End window.The council said...

Council gives £150m Caltongate development thumbs up

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The council's Development Management Committee decided to approve the £150m planning application to redevelop the gap site at Caltongate on Wednesday morning, despite vocal objections from local residents. The public gallery was full to...

VIDEO – Council approve development at Caltongate

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The council's Development Management Sub Committee approved Revived plans to develop a gap site in Edinburgh’s city centre at a meeting earlier today. There was a demonstration outside and the public gallery was full to...

Council hearing on proposals for Caltongate development

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There is to be a hearing on the plans for redevelopment of the Caltongate site this morning at the City Chambers beginning at 10.00am. The running order for the meeting is reproduced below.The council...

Council approves 220 homes on greenfield site

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The council's Development Management Sub-Committee has approved planning permission for 220 homes on a greenfield site at Newcraighall Road previously the subject of a Court of Session action. The court decided that the proposed...

Planners to investigate Princes Street store

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 There has been much Twitter debate about the new American style candy store which appeared recently on Princes Street on the site of the former Clark's shoe shop. The chat is not about the...

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