Edinburgh primary school conversion tabled
Send to friend
* Required fields
January 15 2015
A planning application calls for retention of a stone built property fronting Bath Street to form four homes together with the demolition of an unsympathetic connecting block to the rear to make way for useable outdoor space – together with modifications to a secondary building in order to create two semi-detached homes.
In their design statement HLP said: “We recognise the Planning and historical significance and pleasing proportions of the front (North) elevation to Bath Street and intend to retain the front elevation as it currently exists. This would include Stone boundary walls and railings, steps, windows doors etc. There would be some window modifications to Bath Street Lane (East) elevation and south elevations, but these would be carried out in a style and material appropriate to the existing structure.”
Back to January 2015
Like us on Facebook
Become a fan and share
Features & Reports
For more information from the industry visit our Features & Reports section.