Monthly Archives: March 2014

The Enabling Development Case at Craighouse: The story of the deficient deficit

We were sent the following article by Nick Honhold, who has been analysing the Craighouse Partnership’s enabling development case. The developers have finally admitted, after years of stating otherwise, that the existing listed buildings on the site are indeed profitable … Continue reading

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Caltongate, Angry Authors, Edinburgh World Heritage and that Missing Letter

You may remember that we reported on the situation at Caltongate recently. The controversial development – granted by the planning committee in January – is back in the news with a group of famous Scottish writers calling for it to … Continue reading

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Craighouse Partnership pulls scheme 2 before planning report could be published

Last week, Scheme 2 was pulled just 3 weeks before the planning committee were to decide on it. The planning department was inundated with rejections – it is believed even more than last year which was already a record for … Continue reading

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