Sheppard Robson get the green-light in Scotland
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Architects Sheppard Robson has achieved planning consent for a 180-unit residential project which will reinvigorate a prominent brownfield site on the Water of Leith River in the north of Edinburgh.
The Canonmills Garden development for client Artisan REI will address the adjacent green space and river whilst providing access through the site to The New Town. This has been achieved by configuring the development as four blocks set around a quiet garden square. This tranquil amenity space will provide access to the one, two and three-bedroom apartments as well as the maisonettes and townhouses in the development, which includes a 25% provision for veteran and affordable homes.
Commenting on the project, Adam McGhee partner at Sheppard Robson, said: "We are delighted that our designs have been given the green go-ahead. The project has been designed to have two different characters: