A SCOTS housebuilder is set to maintain a general public consultation on its programs for new flats primarily based in the Scottish funds.
Edinburgh-dependent Cruden Properties is to maintain a electronic consultation function on its proposals to produce what it is calling “much-essential housing” in Leith.
Located on the web page of the Edinburgh Carpet and Flooring Warehouse on the corner of Salamander Street and Salamander Yards, the proposed growth will purpose to comprise 99 residences.
Together with a multitude of diverse sized flats, the growth will range from four to 6 storeys, with ground ground retail seeking on to Salamander Street.
A website-based mostly community consultation celebration, in line with Scottish Federal government Covid-recommendations, will make it possible for the community to give feed-back on and condition the proposals.
This on the net public session celebration, where the growth group will be readily available by way of a reside chat purpose to respond to any queries, will take spot on Thursday 28th April among 3.30pm and 7.30pm at www.orbitconsultations.scot/salamanderstreet
The party follows considerable engagement locally with essential stakeholders.
Commenting on these proposals, Rory Stephens from Cruden Residences claimed: “We are delighted to be bringing ahead these thrilling proposals for consultation with the local local community.
“This formidable scheme regenerates the recent brownfield internet site, delivering a lot-required sustainable housing, which include reasonably priced residences, as well as supplying a retail providing on the ground flooring.
“We’re keen to hear group views, allowing for us to even more form and refine our proposals for the site, and would urge these capable to do so to take part.”