Mixed-use development at Meadowbank, Edinburgh moves forward

A concept image of a block of flats.
Indicative visuals of new homes at Meadowbank.

A search has begun for a development partner for the creation of a new mixed-use neighbourhood at Meadowbank, Edinburgh.

The City of Edinburgh Council has begun the search for a development partner for the creation of a new mixed-use neighbourhood at Meadowbank.

Parties interested in participating in the development are invited to view the Prior Information Notice published by the Council and formally register an interest. Developers will have the opportunity to ask questions about the development and help shape the Council's procurement strategy. The PIN can be viewed here.

The Council aims to deliver around 600 new energy efficient homes (35% of them affordable) at Meadowbank on a five hectare site next to the new Meadowbank Sports Centre, along with a GP surgery and new green spaces. The overall value of the development is expected to be around £110 to £130 million.

These are ambitious designs for a sustainable development in keeping with the area, featuring much-needed new homes for our City. They have been shaped by the local community and people's physical and mental wellbeing has been put at the heart of our plans, with a strong emphasis on green living, energy efficiency and homes for social rent.

-Councillor Kate Campbell, Housing Homelessness and Fair Work Convener, The City of Edinburgh Council

Published: 11th June 2020