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July 30 2020

Plans go in for Edinburgh's New Town Quarter

Ediston and Orion Capital Managers are pushing ahead with one of the largest planning applications seen in Edinburgh over recent years against a backdrop of global turmoil.

The New Town Quarter encompasses 5.9 acre former Royal Bank of Scotland site to deliver a mix of homes, offices and a hotel designed by 10Design in the heart of the New Town World Heritage site.

Ross McNulty, development director at Ediston commented: “We firmly believe that now is the right time to move forward with our proposals and deliver further significant investment in the heart of the nation’s capital.

“Our proposals for New Town Quarter will help speed economic recovery in Edinburgh."

The culmination of an exhaustive public consultation exercise the plans promise to deliver a shot in the arm to the surrounding area by bringing a large and complex site in the heart of the capital back into productive use. 

4 Comments

Brandwagon
#1 Posted by Brandwagon on 31 Jul 2020 at 06:32 AM
Banality Quarter.
Hilloch
#2 Posted by Hilloch on 31 Jul 2020 at 09:28 AM
The Banter Quarter
Environmentalist Climate Activists
#3 Posted by Environmentalist Climate Activists on 31 Jul 2020 at 10:17 AM
There should be a ban on the construction of any new buildings in the country, they are so bad for the environment. Existing buildings and wasteland should be getting demolished and replaced with greenspace.
Chris
#4 Posted by Chris on 31 Jul 2020 at 14:45 PM
There should be a ban on humanity in the country, they are so bad for the environment.

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