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SHP submits planning application for 209-bed Glasgow Hotel

Scott Hobbs Planning (SHP) recently submitted Planning Permission and Listed Building Consent planning applications to amend a major hotel scheme at Clyde Street and Dixon Street, Glasgow on behalf of client; Ashcap (CNC) LLP. 

The 13 storey 209-bed hotel scheme previously granted planning permission in 2014 for a DoubleTree by Hilton sits within and alongside an existing listed building in the heart of Glasgow's city centre overlooking the River Clyde.

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 Project Update - Planning Permission and Listed Building Consent were granted July 2017 and November 2016 respectively  

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Success in Aberdeenshire as major commercial centre approved

Scott Hobbs Planning (SHP) has secured a resolution to grant planning permission in principle (PPP) for the commercial element of the mixed use settlement expansion of Blackdog, to the north of Aberdeen. Aberdeenshire Council’s Formartine Area Committee confirmed Minded to Grant consent, subject to the completion of a planning obligation related to developer contributions.

The planning application was submitted by SHP in March 2016, following pre-application consultation with Aberdeenshire Council, for the mixed used commercial development, which will consist of a new town centre including a regional food hall, retail, leisure and Class 3 uses; business and industrial uses (Classes 4, 5 and 6); alterations to access from A90 roundabout and other infrastructure works. 

The proposal by Ashfield Land will be a significant boost to the Aberdeen economy, acting as a hub for the strategic Energetica corridor, connecting directly to the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR).

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Project update - The PPP planning application was granted in December 2017.

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SHP secure planning for Kensington High Street flagship bank

On behalf of Clydesdale and Yorkshire Banking Group (CYBG), SHP secured planning permission for the change of use and new shop front  for a flagship retail bank at a prominent site on Kensington High Street. The new retail banking concept will provide an innovative digital-led approach to meet the needs of the Bank’s extensive customer base in the Capital..

Check out the CYBG website to learn more.

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Laura Roddy joins Scott Hobbs Planning as Senior Planner

Scott Hobbs Planning has strengthened its team with the appointment of Laura Roddy as a Senior Planner based in the company’s Edinburgh office.  Laura joins with the benefit of seven years’ experience in the private sector, where she focussed on major planning applications for developments including residential, infrastructure and renewable energy.  She will contribute to the growth of the business in all of its core sectors including mixed use, residential, student accommodation, retail and energy, working across the UK and Ireland.

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Managing Director Paul Scott commented: “We are delighted to have appointed Laura following a recommendation from a valued client.  She will play an important role in continuing to establish SHP as a leading independent planning advisor, and will allow us to build our role with existing and new clients across the British Isles.”

 

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Address: 24a Stafford Street, Edinburgh, EH3 7BD

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Permission secured at appeal for student housing in Stirling

Scott Hobbs Planning (SHP) recently secured planning permission at appeal for a 208 bed student housing development for Empiric Student Property in Stirling.

After being refused by Committee decision in May by Stirling Council against the case officer's recommendation, SHP was instructed to prepare and submit an appeal to the Directorate for Planning and Environmental Appeals (DPEA). The Reporter agreed with the proposals and SHP's supporting information and recommended in favour of the proposal.

A great success for SHP for this highly accessible riverside development close to Stirling's city centre and University. Designed by Susan Stephen Architects.

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Student scheme application submitted at Haymarket Edinburgh

Scott Hobbs Planning (SHP) recently submitted a detailed planning application for a 104-bed student accommodation scheme at Haymarket Yards in Edinburgh on behalf of applicant Scape Homes.

The currently vacant site sits in an accessible and central location, close to Haymarket railway station and existing offices. The proposals seek to develop the site with a high quality and sustainable development, which will add to the mix of uses in the area and contribute to the vibrancy and vitality of this important location in the city centre. 

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SHP submits student accommodation application in Aberdeen

Scott Hobbs Planning (SHP) recently submitted a detailed planning application to Aberdeen City Council for a mixed used development comprising of ground floor commercial units and up to 100 beds of student accomodation for client; West Coast Estates.

Two buildings are proposed to be erected at the brownfield site at King Street, Aberdeen close to Aberdeen University's King's College. After a consultation event with the general public, the design has evolved to fit in with the local area, providing improved amenity for both students and neighbouring residents. Once developed the site will provide some of the most accessible student accommodation available to Aberdeen University students.

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Applications submitted for change of use at Abbey Mount

Scott Hobbs Planning (SHP) have recently submitted Planning Permission and Listed Building Consent application for the former Abbey Mount Centre in Edinburgh for our client to change the private office spaces, meeting rooms and space to 11 residential apartments with a communal roof terrace, retaining the existing cafe.

The proposals seek to re-use the existing ground floors of 2-4 Abbey Mount and retain the C-listed rear hall. The plans provide an exciting opportunity to live in this vibrant area of Edinburgh, with close proximity and views to Holyrood Park.

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 Project Update - Planning Permission and Listed Building Consent were granted 9 December 2016 and 12 December 2016 respectivley 

 

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