EIGHT large waterfront plots of land in north Edinburgh have been put up for sale, with the potential of delivering – subject to planning permission being given – almost 1,000 new homes.
The plots are shared between the Western Harbour (five plots) and, to the west, Granton Harbour (three), on the Firth of Forth.
Says a media release, here: “With the potential for c. 600 units, subject to planning, the [Western Harbour] sites are identified for housing-led-development within the Western Harbour Masterplan. The Western Harbour Masterplan is a housing led mixed-use development anticipated to comprise c. 3,000 residential units with retail and commercial space over 120 acres.”
The release adds: “The three development sites on offer at Granton Harbour total approximately 3.94 acres and provide an opportunity to create a scaled residential or mixed-tenure development. They also neighbour the proposed Edinburgh Marina Development, which comprises a 429-boat marina, serviced apartments, new housing, commercial and retirement living complexes.”
Pictured: Granton Harbour, Picture credit: Scarlett Developments
Comments are welcome – only courteous ones (as per our T&Cs) – but they can only be posted by signed-in members. To sign up, for as little as £12 a year, please go here. Please note, comments appear following moderation (so expect a delay when submitting).