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New Planning Application Submitted



Drum (Steads Place) Ltd and CAMVO 123 Ltd has now submitted a Planning Application to the City of Edinburgh Council for the redevelopment of the 2.9-acre Stead’s Place site, near the foot of Leith Walk.


Drum’s revised proposals will replace existing industrial units with 146 high-quality apartments as part of an attractive landscaped residential scheme linking to Pilrig Park and beyond. The Planning application follows a successful six-month consultation programme for the revised plans, including two major online surveys as well as direct contact with local groups and people. Almost three-quarters of those consulted either supported or were neutral about Drum’s revised plans, with more than 80% saying that the site should now be developed.


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Drum to Exhibit Revised Proposals for Leith Walk Site


On-line Consultation Launched 5 to 19 November


Drum Property Group is launching an online exhibition on Thursday (November 5th) presenting updated plans for the redevelopment of the 2.9-acre Stead’s Place site, near the foot of Leith Walk.


The exhibition is the second online public consultation event that Drum has hosted in support of a Proposal for Application Notice (PAN) submitted to the City of Edinburgh Council. An initial online consultation event was launched in July 2020.


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Drum Launches Online Consultation for Stead’s Place Development


Interactive Website for Leith Walk Site Live on Thursday 30 July


Drum Property Group has launched an online public consultation seeking views on a Proposal of Application Notice (PAN) submitted to the City of Edinburgh Council for the redevelopment of the 2.9-acre Stead’s Place site, near the foot of Leith Walk


The interactive online consultation will be launched on Thursday (30th July), following the latest Scottish Government guidance on public consultation reflecting the current restrictions in public gathering imposed by the coronavirus lockdown.


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