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4 Torphichen Street Application Submitted

Today, acting for client Stone Acre Projects, Scott Hobbs Planning submitted Planning Permission and Listed Building Consent applications for the change of use at 4 Torphichen Street from office use to four residential apartments.

Modest internal alterations are proposed to facilitate this change of use of the B listed building in the West End Conservation Area and retain the special interest of the building. 

SHP hope to add to our previous successes with Stone Acre for a similar development at neighbouring 8-12 Torphichen Street and our recent success at 17-21 Blackfriar's Street, both for changes in use. 

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Project update: Planning Permission and Listed Building Consent Granted by City of Edinburgh Council in January 2016

 

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Scotland's Judicial Review feature in Estates Gazette

Read our article in this week's Estates Gazette (7/11/15) below. Our article with law firm Brodies discusses the changes to Scotland's Judicial Review procedure and its impact on property developers. 

 

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Application success at Blackfriars Street, Edinburgh

On 20th October Planning permission and Listed Building Consent was granted for the change of use and alterations to the previous Blackfriars Church at 17 - 21 Blackfriars Street, Edinburgh for use as café / restaurant and residential apartments.

Scott Hobbs Planning were instructed by Stone Acre Projects to implement a planning strategy for the mixed use proposal in Edinburgh's Old Town which has lain vacant for a number of years and registered as a Building at Risk by Historic Scotland.

The main planning issues for consideration were the refurbishment of the Listed Building to secure its long term preservation and impact on residential amenity. Stone Acre expects to begin works shortly; finally securing a use for this important building which has been vacant for close to 20 years.

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Kyle Wise Joins SHP

We're delighted to welcome Kyle Wise to Scott Hobbs Planning as a Graduate Planner.

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Graduating from Heriot-Watt University in 2013, Kyle has gained a year’s experience towards his APC for becoming a Chartered Planner. Kyle has worked in a number of different areas within the development industry both as a planner and surveyor, with experience at planning consultants, commercial surveyors, a house builder and a local planning authority, working on projects in Scotland, England and Ireland.

He is also a successful snowboader representing Great Britain in the discipline of snowboard cross, where he's the current English and Scottish Champion.

Kyle will add great value to the team with our ever increasing workload and complex projects.

To get in touch with Kyle please see below:

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Twitter: @ScottHobbsPlan

SHP on the move

SHP is pleased to announce that due to our expanding workforce, we are moving to new offices at 24a Stafford Street, Edinburgh, EH3 7BD from 1 May 2014. All our other contact details remain unchanged. Please call in to see us.

Application success for mixed use development in Dublin

Dublin City Council has issued its notification to grant consent for the mixed use (retail / café) development on a brownfield site in Dublin, which was project-managed by SHP.

Appeal success for innovative residential development in Edinburgh

Planning permission is to be granted for an innovative residential development involving the conversion of a Grade B Listed former Victorian school building at 154 Mcdonald Road, subject to the completion of a legal agreement. The successful appeal was made to the DPEA against the non-determination of the application by the City of Edinburgh Council.

SHP submits applications for retail development for Grey Heron Developments

SHP has submitted two applications for mixed use / retail development comprising local retail store for Grey Heron Developments in Gretna and Laurencekirk, both of which seek to revitalise urban sites.