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Cammo Estate masterplan to deliver 656 new homes

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May 17 2018

Cammo Estate masterplan to deliver 656 new homes
EMA architects have submitted a planning application for 656 new homes in Edinburgh on behalf of developers CALA and David Wilson homes.

The development on 28 hectares of land near the Cammo estate proposes a network of landscaped areas that shape the development structure and will provide a new residential development that responds to its surrounding context. 

In this way a network of green spaces will be threaded through the site, focused on a linear park new public space on Maybury Road.
A spokesman for the consortium commented: “This application is the next stage for a project that forms an important element of the City of Edinburgh Council’s vision for new homes across the capital.”

“We feel this final proposal is well-judged, well-balanced and respects the location and existing community and will bring long-term enhancements to this part of Edinburgh.”
Four storey flats will line key routes to impart an urban frontage
Four storey flats will line key routes to impart an urban frontage
The development will be phased over a number of years subject to the necessary consents
The development will be phased over a number of years subject to the necessary consents

2 Comments

Graeme McCormick
#1 Posted by Graeme McCormick on 17 May 2018 at 22:44 PM
Is this what folk want? Consider a development where every house has a micro mini green belt thicket offering a green and private environment
D
#2 Posted by D on 18 May 2018 at 13:38 PM
It's like that accordia scheme thingy ... except without the architecture .... and the eh ... good bits

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