Here are the planning applications LHNCC is currently considering. Click the planning reference numbers to see the relevant cases on CEC’s planning portal.
These are all in the context of the North East Edinburgh Locality Improvement Plan 2017-2022 (PDF).
|Planning reference number||Site||Details||Status||LHNCC position
|14/05127/FUL||2 Ocean Drive||114 flats
appealed 20 January 2018 – appeal accepted
|start 2019, complete 2021||N/A|
|18/07468/PAN||1 to 5 Baltic St||residential, listed building||public consultation 31/10/2018, at Malmaison Hotel, aiming to start in 2019||LHNCC met developers on 04/10/2018 at Newkirkgate.
Development will involve much restoration of old part, but there will be new-build to make the scheme financially viable
|09/00165/OUT||Western Harbour||938 units residential, mid-market housing||application to extend the period of time for approval of reserved matters successful.
completion likely in 2019/2020
|17/04428/FUL||land adjacent to Ocean Drive||proposed whisky distillery||granted – start date 2019 (TBC)
licensing application accepted
|17/05415/FUL||198 Great Junction Street, Edinburgh, EH6 5LW||refurbishment of former cinema building to residential development||full application approved||supported. See LHNCC submission (PDF)
LHNCC secretary attended meeting with architect 18/10/2018. Plans look good!
|18/00846/FUL||S1 Development, Ocean Drive (‘Skyliner’)||residential development of 237 flats over 4 apartment buildings with heights of 7, 13, 11 and 9 storeys, with a commercial unit, car parking and associated landscaping.||application fully revised – part of site near roadway belongs to Forth Ports; also affect strams consultation||broadly supported, except entrance/exit to development would be very close to that of the Cala development and proposed tram route. Also issues about neighbour notification. See LHNCC submission (PDF)
update 2018_06_14: 18/12/17 Minded to Grant – Legal Agreement
|18/08206/FUL||1 Bath Road Edinburgh EH6 7BB (but also Salamander St||residential development (Barratt Homes)||closing date for comments 02/11/2018||Presentation of PAN to LHNCC was on 2018_05__21.
Developers suggesting small meeting with LHNCC and Leith Links CC representatives in December or January
|16/03684/FUL||Land 120 metres southeast of 98 Ocean Drive||Cala residential development including affordable housing, ancillary commercial/retail units||work started – will take 5 years.||comments submitted. See also minutes of LHNCC August meeting
Info about street names received 18/10/2018. LHNCC secretary to respond soon
|17/03194/FUL||Land 37 metres southeast of 1 Prince Of Wales Dock Edinburgh||permanent mooring of the MV Fingal at Alexandra Dock, as Class 7 hotel||awaiting decision||LHNCC submitted objection 05/09/2018
LHNCC made representations to licensing board 24/09/2018 – LB will do site visit, then report at an LB hearing in Oct 2018. LHNCC has been invited to second hearing 29/10/2018
|18/01015/PAN||Stead’s Place (156, 158B, 160, 162 Leith Walk Edinburgh EH6 5DX)||demolition of existing buildings, mixed use development including affordable flats, postgraduate student accommodation, hotel, restaurant, space for potential community use, retail, public house or commercial uses. Includes associated infrastructure, landscaping and car parking.||consultation approved
Revised application submitted September 2018
|LHNCC submitted objection 11/09/2018.|
|16/02815/PPP||Ocean Drive (Ocean Terminal)||Hotel||Contacted Agent Holder Planning. Legal agreement still under discussion in relation to Tram contribution by Resolution (owners of Ocean Terminal). This remains an ongoing application.||LHNCC has requested update
update 2018_06_14: public exhibition at Ocean Terminal on 25 June (2:30 to 7:30). See poster for more details.
|18/01876/FUL & 18/01877/CON||4 Industry Lane, Edinburgh, EH6 4EZ||Demolition of existing car garage and erection of new residential block, with associated landscaping (new revised Application)||application revised June 2018||Objection submitted – see blog post
update 2018_06_14: objection acknowledged, number of objections increased from 125 to 156
|16/00126/REF||Aldi||alcohol licensing application||granted 30 April 2018||Following appeal – successful, granted in essence. See Reporter’s Reporter’s decision document|