The City of Edinburgh Council has approved planning permission for intends to establish to 400 brand new homes at Fountainbridge, in accordance with designers.
The Grosvenor Group said the permission unlocks the possibility for the recommended build-to-rent scheme into the former professional area near the city center.
The group has already finished 1st phase associated with development at Springside which comprises 250 houses, including virginia homes, affordable domiciles for ‘frail and elderly, ’ serviced flats as well as 2 student residences providing accommodation for more than 600 students. Grosvenor has also delivered 46 private rented domiciles that indicate an appetite for well-managed and well located leasing properties.
David Yaldron, manager city center developments, at Grosvenor, said: “We welcome the town of Edinburgh’s forward-thinking choice in giving preparation permission. Our project staff has collaborated closely with neighborhood neighbourhood organisations and today’s choice marks an essential and exciting step of progress for area’s wider regeneration.
“along with new homes, this permission includes plans for a fresh public square, community rooms and commercial and retail space, which we hope will enhance the vibrancy for the neighbourhood and re-position it among the best locations to live in Edinburgh.”