Property developers Cruden Homes and Barratt Homes have published more design details for the housing they are proposing for the Baileyfield site.
Cruden Homes are to seek design approval for a single block of 52 affordable housing units on Fishwives Causeway. The flats will be 1 and 2-bedroom and a mix of tenures offered through Port of Leith Housing Association
Barratt Homes have drawn up design proposals for 105 units, a mixture of flats, town houses and colony style houses.
Since planning permission has already been given in principle, both developers will shortly be seeking approval for the details of the design, the landscaping, car and cycle parking, and the materials proposed.
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Do you agree that a higher proportion of future development within Edinburgh, Fife and the Lothians area should take place close to Edinburgh?
This is the preferred option outlined in the South East Scotland Strategic Plan Main Issues Report Consultation and Portobello Community Council would like to hear your views.
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