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Edinburgh Building News 2018

Edinburgh Building News for 2018: Scottish architectural + construction updates - East of Scotland property developments - Edinburgh architecture news, key new Lothian buildings & architects info and images

  • Stead’s Place Leith Walk development

Stead’s Place Leith Walk Property

A significant section of Leith Walk, Edinburgh is set to be transformed into a vibrant residential, student and visitor quarter following a major planning application submitted by Drum Property Group.

  • Greenside office building Edinburgh

Greenside Edinburgh, Blenheim Place Building

Chris Stewart Group (CSG) has confirmed that the award-winning Greenside office building in the burgeoning east end of Edinburgh’s city centre, has been acquired by Leading Cities Invest (LCI), a real estate investment fund managed by Frankfurt-based KanAm Grund Group.

The Registers, St Andrew Square

Chris Stewart Group (CSG) pre-lets office space at 20 West Register Street, part of the award-winning property developer’s £85m regeneration project at ‘The Registers’ in Edinburgh’s city centre, to Baillie Gifford.

Edinburgh Architecture Walking Tours: Guides

Tour photos posted. Major contemporary buildings include the Scottish Parliament in Edinburgh by EMBT/RMJM and the Museum of Scotland (extension) in Edinburgh by Benson + Forsyth. Famous architects with buildings in Scotland include Zaha Hadid, Frank Gehry, Norman Foster, Steven Holl and David Chipperfield.

  • Baberton Avenue Homes in Juniper Green

Baberton Avenue Homes in Juniper Green

Architecture firm, LBA has secured planning permission for a series of four contemporary family homes specifically designed to knit sensitively into the context on the existing sloping and elevated site at Baberton Avenue, Juniper Green.

  • Edinburgh George Street

Vertical Radiator Designs

Visiting Edinburgh - riddled with history, art, architecture and adventure you will surely be appalled by the beauty of this place. Considered to be the ancient capital of Scotland, this city is dominated by Gothic buildings, cultural artifacts and local stores that have its own charm.