Friday, 10 January 2014

University to revamp McEwan Hall in Bristo Square


Edinburgh University are proposing to revamp the McEwan Hall in Bristo Square.  The proposals come up for planning consideration next Wednesday (15th January).

It is proposed to remodel the Category A listed McEwan Hall, including the development of a new main entrance pavilion and reconfiguration of public realm and landscaping to Bristo Square.

Listed building consent was granted on September 20th, 2013 for works to the McEwan Hall including internal alterations (Reference 13/02290/LBC.)

The current report can be found here.  A previous report in the Evening News can be found here.

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

On the subject so raised I would wish to add thanks to Mr Cameron Rose for his contribution to this side of the city.
Tom Reilly

Anonymous said...

Oh lord. The new plans are horrible, and the beautiful old trees have all been removed now.

Soon the unique brickwork that gave heart to my city will be gone too.
I'm ashamed to not only live in this city, but to have been born so close to this disaster.

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