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Lamb’s House : Leith Architecture

Historic Edinburgh Building, 13 Waters’ Close, Scotland

Lamb’s House Leith

Plans to turn the building into six flats approved 030908

Design: Cadell Wiszniewski Thomson architects

Applicants: EDI Group & NTS

National Trust for Scotland’s failure to maintain the former merchant’s house criticised by CEC. Forth councillor and NTS member Elaine Morris called the proposals “an abomination”.

Lamb’s House restoration proposals submitted in Feb 2008 by Cadell Wiszniewski Thomson architects for planning.

Lamb’s House Restoration – Building Information

Developers: EDI Group
Owners: National Trust for Scotland.
Status: A-listed
Date: 16th / 17thc
Proposal: restoration + new-build
Elements: residential redevelopment as 9 units; office suite; public courtyard + historical interpretation

Site of Mary Queen of Scots’ return from France in 1560

Leith Buildings

Leith Docks
Leith Docks
picture from the architect


Lamb’s House Leith
Lamb’s House visitor centre proposal rejected by owners, the National Trust for Scotland 12.04.03

Ocean Terminal Leith
Ocean Terminal Leith
image © Jason Baxter

Edinburgh Restaurants

Hotel Missoni Edinburgh

Palace of Holyroodhouse
Palace of Holyroodhouse
picture © Adrian Welch

Scottish Poetry Library
Scottish Poetry Library
photograph © Keith Hunter

Old College
Old College
photo © Adrian Welch

The Tun
holyrood offices
image © Adrian Welch

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