Savills | Edmonstone Phases 1 and 2, The Wisp, Edinburgh | Properties for sale
13.50 Ac(5.46 Ha)
Price on application

Edmonstone Phases 1 and 2The Wisp, Edinburgh


    Key features

    • Prime location adjoining Bio Quarter and Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh

    Exceptional residential development opportunity for c. 338 new homes in well connected, attractive Edinburgh location for Sale or Joint Venture.

    About this property

    • PHASE 1 Phase 1 extends to approximately 6.99 net developable acres (2.83 ha) and is located in the northern part of the site. The new masterplan shows this phase will deliver 160 new homes, 119 of which will be private and 41 of which will be affordable. Phase 1 is adjacent to Little France Park and offers views towards Edinburgh and the Firth of Forth from an elevated position. PHASE 2 Phase 2 extends to approximately 6.5 net developable acres (2.63 ha) and is located in the middle part of the site, to the south of Phase 1 and north of Phase 3. The new masterplan shows this phase will deliver 178 new homes, 96 of which will be private and 82 of which will be affordable.

    Local information

    • The subject site is very well connected via a range of transport options. Edmonstone is accessed via The Wisp which in turn connects with Old Dalkeith Road (A7) which connects to the City of Edinburgh Bypass. The City of Edinburgh Bypass (A720) connects east and west Edinburgh with access to the M8 Motorway and A1. It also allows easy access to Edinburgh Airport, which is approximately 14.1 miles west of Edmonstone.

    Additional information

    • Edmonstone currently benefits from the following detailed planning permission:
    • Reference: 18/00508/AMC.
    • Proposal: Application for Approval of Matters specified in Conditions 1 and 6 of Planning Permission in Principle 14/01057/PPP (Appeal Reference PPA-230-2131) - residential development, Ancillary Uses and Associated Development on Land 447 Metres Northeast of 545 Old Dalkeith Road Edinburgh.
    • Decision: Approved (04/09/18).
    • The site does not contain any listed buildings and is
    • not within a conservation area.