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Paterson reveal feasibility study for Edinburgh housing

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December 14 2009

Paterson reveal feasibility study for Edinburgh housing
Paterson Architects have been commissioned to undertake a feasibility study for a large scale housing development in north east Edinburgh.

Over 200 homes including ground floor maisonettes and town houses with front and raised rear gardens together with a range of one, two and three bed apartments are planned.

A high density will be adopted by the masterplan with each aspect configured to individually address its context. This includes a formal park, streets and open horizon.

Traditional tenemental features will be adopted including projecting bay windows alongside glazed winter gardens and balconies.

Off site prefabrication will be utilised wherever possible.
High density homes contrast with surrounding greenery
High density homes contrast with surrounding greenery
Some of the blocks will rise to eight stories in height
Some of the blocks will rise to eight stories in height

2 Comments

Klinger
#1 Posted by Klinger on 14 Dec 2009 at 16:45 PM
North-east Edinburgh? Bit vague....
John Glenday
#2 Posted by John Glenday on 16 Dec 2009 at 09:54 AM
It is for Port of Leith Housing Association, located in ForthQuarter.

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