Planning Applications  

The Society monitors and comments on planning, transport and environmental issues affecting the area. We have good contacts with local political representatives and Council officers which ensures we get our voice heard on issues of concern.

The public access portal at Edinburgh City Council shows the details of all planning applications. Click the logo below to connect.

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You can search for Planning Applications, Appeals and Enforcements. Input a keyword, application reference, postcode or a single line of an address.

Society comments on planning applications

Fettes College Estate Office

The Society objected to an application for this development proposed to be located in a small area of established woodland adjacent to the West Gate...

22 Warriston Drive

Insertion of rooflights at 22 Warriston Drive The Society submitted an objection to this application to draw attention to the anomalous inclusion of...

Warriston Recreation Ground

What does the future hold for Warriston Recreation Ground? The Society is concerned that piecemeal proposals for new developments at Warriston...

1 Canonmills Bridge

The proposal is for a redevelopment of the building and site currently occupied by “Earthy” which would provide new retail units at street level...

42 Inverleith Place

The proposals included modifications to the front garden area to provide additional car parking and changes to the boundary walls and gates. The...

5 Warriston Place

The proposal is for a development involving the construction of a 3 storey block with 10 flats and underground parking. The existing stone building...

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