Construction leads - September 30th



MIXED USE and NON-RESIDENTIAL

Applicant: Mr Allan Jamieson

Planning Authority: Edinburgh

Details: Convert the existing restaurant to a ground floor shop and the lower ground floor to flat. Open up existing in-filled windows and fit timber sash and case windows. Remove existing concrete stair, remove existing gate and reinstate railings, remove internal stair. 

Location: 38 William Street, Edinburgh

Agent: In-Built Design, Fao Henry Allan. 30 Bruntsfield Gardens, Edinburgh

Reference: 19/04437/LBC

Application Link 

 

Applicant: The Royal Bank Of Scotland Plc.

Planning Authority: Edinburgh

Details: Application to materially alter the interior of the Ground Floor, First Floor and Second Floor of the ‘South Block’ of 36 St. Andrew Sq. (NB. Reference to floor levels are based on ‘South Block’ entrance level, this differs from ‘Dundas House’ level entry). Works include: full internal downtakings (excl. stair cores), lift renewal, updated and new sanitary facilities and full building interior refurbishments to bring currently unused, ‘dated’ office space into modern, usable office space.

Location: 35 - 36 St Andrew Square, Edinburgh

Agent: Michael Laird Architects. FAO: Andrea Santoni, Michael Laird Architects, 5 Forres Street, Edinburgh

Reference: 19/04335/LBC

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RESIDENTIAL – FEWER THAN TEN UNITS

Applicant: Mr & Mrs A Nadeem.

Planning Authority: Edinburgh

Details: 2 new flats on plot adjacent to no 79.

Location: 79 Cleekim Drive, Edinburgh

Agent: Whitelaw Associates. FAO: Tom Whitelaw, Kitleybrig, Kitleyknowe, Carlops, Penicuik

Reference: 19/04333/FUL

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TENDERS 

Contract Authority: Aberdeen City Council

Details: The works comprise the replacement of door entry systems to multi storey blocks along with associated minor builder’s work

Location: Aberdeen

Contact: cpscityshare@aberdeencity.gov.uk

Publication Date: 27/09/2019

 

Contract Authority: Scottish Prison Service

Details: Aim - Refurbishment upgrade of existing shower rooms within the Bruce & Wallace Wings at Castle Huntly.

Objective - Upgrade the four section shower facilities with a design that fully meets building regulations and reduces future repair and maintenance requirements.

Background - The existing shower facilities within the section areas of Bruce & Wallace Wings require upgrading to minimise future repair and maintenance costs. There are four shower areas to be refurbished, each consisting of two shower cubicles and one wash hand basin. Flooring is concrete with existing drainage and each shower cubicle raised on a timber plinth (minus one area within Bruce wing). The floor area of each facility measures approximately 7m squared.

Location: Castle Huntly

Contact: stuart.dodds@sps.pnn.gov.uk

Publication Date: 27/09/2019