Lochend Butterfly, Edinburgh Housing, Scottish Capital Property, Places for People Houses
Lochend Butterfly Edinburgh
Places for People Eastgate Housing – Lochend Butterfly, Edinburgh, Scotland
post updated 2 January 2022
Places for People has sealed a land deal that forms the foundations of a £70m project to provide 350 quality homes in Edinburgh’s city centre.
Places for People has acquired the bulk of the Lochend Butterfly, two large parcels of land, joined by a bridge, located between Easter Road and Meadowbank. The site is earmarked for 250 new houses for sale as well as 100 affordable housing policy units. This project will be the largest single development by Places for People to date in Scotland.
Once completed the affordable homes will transfer to Castle Rock Edinvar and Lothian Homes’ property management portfolios. A range of one, two and three bedroom flats and three and four bedroom townhouses will be built by Places for People in the development over the next four years.
Places for People – Website: www.placesforpeople.co.uk
The Lochend Butterfly Project by EMA Architecture & Design has had plans granted for this £9.2m project of 120 flats and 20 town houses on Albion Road.
Lochend Butterfly Plans
A derelict former steelworks in Edinburgh is set to be turned into a new city quarter under plans submitted by developers. The scheme would see the Lochend Butterfly site in the east of the Capital transformed into a massive 500-plus housing estate to be called Eastgate.
21 Jun 2003
Significant Edinburgh Property – Selection:
photograph © Adrian Welch
picture from the architect
Royal High School
photo © Adrian Welch
Rosslyn Chapel – a fascinating historic property located south of the Scottish capital city
RIAS Architecture Competition
RIAS Competition Exhibition
Lochend Butterfly Design Competition
4 Apr – 3 May
RIAS, 15 Rutland Square, Edinburgh
Lochend Butterfly competition
A group of students from Canada have beaten over 80 entries to win an international competition that invited entrants to propose ideas for sustainable development and urban regeneration in the heart of Edinburgh. The architecture competition attracted huge interest from architects and students worldwide with participants from 19 different countries.
1st Prize: Katherine Davey, Jaspal Atwal, Sasa Radulovic, Alyssa Schwann, Winnipeg, Canada
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