Public square with planting

Homes

A thriving urban neighbourhood that reflects the city

Living at Edinburgh Park

Living at Edinburgh Park

Critical to the success of Edinburgh Park is a residential neighbourhood providing a mix of housing with a range of different typologies. Our 1,740 sustainably-built homes will include affordable housing, townhouses and build-to-rent. The neighbourhood aspires to be an exemplar of urban housing, combining excellent levels of design with an accessible location.

Apartment blocks with generous public space and planting enclosed between them

Intelligent Design

Every home is thoughtfully planned and intelligently designed using durable, high-quality materials. Our designs optimise daylight, sunlight and views, whilst dealing efficiently and effectively with heat gain.

Interior view with floor-to-ceiling window
Interior view with floor-to-ceiling window

Private Balconies

Many homes have private terraces and balconies with breathtaking views over squares with art or across to the Pentland Hills. They are designed to offer every convenience of modern life among a beautiful landscape of gardens and courtyards.

Public lounge with floor-to-ceiling windows

Community

A sense of community

The neighbourhood will have access to immediate local facilities, open spaces and green spaces throughout, fostering a sense of community. The aim will be to develop an active neighbourhood supported by art and with opportunities for exercise, play and amusement built into the landscape for every generation.

Rooftop garden with raised beds and paving
Outdoor cafe space at base of apartment

The Neighbourhood

Amenities:

  1. Lido swimming pool and gym
  2. Multi-court recreation area
  3. Landscaped square
  4. New Park Square (cafe, bar, and restaurant)
  5. Water cascade
  6. Loch Ross
  7. Marketing and event space, ‘Mach1’ by artist David Mach

Art trail:

  1. ‘The Vulcan’ — Sir Eduardo Paolozzi
  2. ‘Dancer after Degas II’ — William Tucker
  3. ‘Past, Present and Future’ — Geoffrey Clarke
  4. ‘Reach for the Stars’ — Kenneth Armitage