1 edition of Greendykes redevelopment found in the catalog.
|Statement||report presented to The City of Edinburgh Council, Executive of the Council, 19 June, 2001.|
|Contributions||Edinburgh (Scotland). City Council. Executive.|
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Greendykes: Homes being Demolished. When I took this photo, in March , there were only three blocks of homes still standing. The two in this photo were being demolished. There are Central Demolition vehicles outside this block, and a workman is just coming . Check out Greendykes Road, Edinburgh road map. Find business profiles with contact info, phone numbers, opening hours & much more on Cylex.
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Thank you to Stuart Ogston for posting his (pre-teens) memories of living at Greendykes in the EdinPhoto guest book. Stuart wrote: Greendykes House "I lived in Greendykes House from mid I watched the building of New Niddrie House, Greendykes Primary Sch ool and the bus terminus (no walking to Niddrie Mains Rd) where the 36 stopped before.
Greendykes is a suburb of Edinburgh, the capital of is a fairly large council scheme, which consists mostly of low-rise flats but also houses two 14 storey tower blocks (Greendykes House and Wauchope House).
It is sometimes considered to be part of Craigmillar, areas such as Niddrie, Niddrie Mains and Newcraighall are also situated nearby. Affordable housing is being provided. About the redevelopment.
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It is well written but covers mainly legal aspects of brownfield redevelopment. Biophysical elements are covered only very briefly. About half of the book is a listing of state by state regulations related to brownfield development, making the book much longer, but adding little to its value for individual users, who are likely to work mainly Cited by: Greendykes Land & Property Agent.
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August 14 Edinburgh, United Kingdom Near Pringle Dr!Location: EH16 Edinburgh, United Kingdom. User Review - Flag as inappropriate This book is PACKED with extraordinarily helpful information and is truly comprehensive.
The book gives a detailed overview of the entire process for redeveloping brownfields, and detailed procedural information covering every state where a project may be located. From my perspective, the book provides an invaluable guide for anyone looking to undertake a 5/5(1).
Full Planning Application FUL at Greendykes Avenue, Greendykes Road + Greendykes Terrace Edinburgh EH16 4HQ Development Management Su b-Committee of the Planning Committee 24 October 1 2 Supplementary Report This application.
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Greendykes Avenue, Greendykes Road + Greendykes Terrace Edinburgh EH16 4HQ Development Quality S u b-Com m i ttee of the Planning Committee 1 Purpose of report To consider application 06//FUL, submitted by Parc Craigmillar Ltd.
The application is. Meetings: Third Thursday of the Month at p.m. Redevelopment Authority Conference Room Liaison: Dennis Witwer, Resolutions No. and Letter to appoint ActP.L. Term: One member per year - all terms expire 1/1. The approved Greendykes South Masterplan complements and completes AREA’s masterplan for Greendykes southern part of PARC’s regeneration of Craigmillar Edinburgh, the masterplan incorporates - new homes with potential for local retail and commercial spaces to meet local community needs on a ha brownfield site.
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4 bedrooms. £, to £, Craigmillar regeneration continues apace with Greendykes completion, FebruaryNews, Architecture and the built environment is an integral part of our society and we hope to provide a useful platform for debate, information and inspiration. A development of two fifteen-storey tower blocks built as a phase of public housing in the Greendykes area of Niddrie.
The blocks were constructed by Edinburgh Borough Council. They contain a total of dwellings. Construction was approved by committee in The contractor for the development was Crudens Ltd. Glendinning and Methusius The average price for property in Greendykes Road stood at £, in May This is a fall of % in the last three months (since February ) and rise of % since 12 months ago.
In terms of property types, flats in Greendykes Road sold for an average of. The approved Greendykes South Masterplan complements and completes AREA’s masterplan for Greendykes North. Site/Uses - new homes with potential for some local retail / commercial spaces to meet local community needs will be delivered on the ha brownfield site.
Road and Redevelopment Projects. Road and Redevelopment projects can cause significant impacts to residential and commercial property.
Even farm land can suffer damage. In almost every instance where a property is being taken to build a road or for redevelopment a government entity like your state department of transportation is involved.
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Greendykes, with an overall average price of £, was similar in terms of sold prices to nearby Gilmerton (£,), but was cheaper than Edinburgh (£,) and Newington (£,).
In the past year house prices in Greendykes were 10% up on the year before and 7% down on when they averaged at £,The average house price in Greendykes Road, Edinburgh EH16 4EY is £, Find average house prices, current average values and other historic property data with the .The Fortrose is a 3 bedroom family home with bright and modern kitchen with French doors leading into the garden.
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