Water of Leith Visitor Centre Edinburgh Picture, Architect News, 24 Lanark Road Project Photo

Water of Leith Visitor Centre, Edinburgh : Slateford Building

Slateford Road Building, Slateford design by Malcolm Fraser Architects

Location: off Slateford Road, west Edinburgh, Scotland, UK

Date built: 2000

Design: Malcolm Fraser Architects

Water of Leith Visitor Centre

Address: 24 Lanark Road, Edinburgh, EH14 1TQ

Phone: 0131 455 7367

Water of Leith Edinburgh – Visitor Centre

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Water of Leith Visitor Centre Slateford, Edinburgh Slateford Road Water of Leith Visitor Centre Edinburgh

Edinburgh’s Water of Leith Visitor Centre was opened by Prince Charles

Cantilevered timber-clad enclosure on banks of the Water of Leith

Water of Leith Visitor Centre images / information from Malcolm Fraser Architects

The Water of Leith Visitor Centre is situated in a renovated schoolhouse by the Water of Leith. It combines a free exhibition together with a cafe selling teas, coffees and snacks. There’s also a gift shop selling books and souvenirs. The Centre is accessible to wheelchairs throughout and caters well for families with young children.

The facility serves as a base for our volunteer conservation activities and includes rooms available to hire for events and birthday parties.

The Visitor Centre and Cafe is open every day 10.00 am – 4.00 pm (check with the operators, this information is correct at the time of writing, on 22 October 2023).

The fun interactive exhibition also fully open.

The Trust’s objectives are to conserve the Water of Leith and its environs, promote the natural and built heritage of the river, advance education and benefit the community, by:

– Raising awareness of the river.
– Providing teaching and learning services for all age groups.
– Operating the Water of Leith Visitor Centre as an educational visitor attraction and community resource.
– Encouraging the protection and enhancement of biodiversity along the river and its environs.
– Enabling volunteers and the public to take practical action to conserve and enhance the natural and built environment.
– Encouraging responsible access to, and recreational use of, the river and its walkway.
– Promoting the sustainable use and management of the river.
– Working in partnership with others.

source: https://www.waterofleith.org.uk/the-trust/

Location: 24 Lanark Rd, west Edinburgh, EH14 1TQ, Scotland, United Kingdom

Edinburgh Buildings by Malcolm Fraser Architects

Edinburgh Buildings designed by Malcolm Fraser Architects – key architectural selection below:

Scottish Poetry Library
Scottish Poetry Library
photograph © Keith Hunter

Dance Base
Dance Base
image : Steffen Schefer

Rick’s Bar
Rick's Bar
picture from the architect

Opal Lounge

Hotel Missoni

New Town Harvey Nichols

Scottish Capital Building Designs

Contemporary Scottish Capital Property Designs – recent selection below:

1 Broughton Market short term let apartments
1 Broughton Market short term let apartments, Edinburgh
image courtesy of architects practice
1 Broughton Market short term let apartments

Archive House, Bonnyrigg
Archive House Bonnyrigg for Historic Environment Scotland
image courtesy of Historic Environment Scotland (HES)
Archive House, Sherwood Industrial Estate, Bonnyrigg

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