Whitehill, Midlothian
Whitehill, Midlothian

With views north over Edinburgh, the Firth of Forth and south to the Pentland Hills. The site forms the eastern extremity of a linear settlement of building along Edgehill Road, and the entrance to the contemporary ‘Brambles’ development to the north of the site. Two semi-detached homes are proposed, arranged over three floors. The proposed building form ‘bookends’, the existing settlement, and creates a ‘gatehouse’ to the residential development to the north.

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Ravelston, Edinburgh
Ravelston, Edinburgh

Testing a site for proposed residential developement.

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Whitehill, Midlothian
Whitehill, Midlothian

With views north over Edinburgh, the Firth of Forth and south to the Pentland Hills. The site forms the eastern extremity of a linear settlement of building along Edgehill Road, and the entrance to the contemporary ‘Brambles’ development to the north of the site. Two semi-detached homes are proposed, arranged over three floors. The proposed building form ‘bookends’, the existing settlement, and creates a ‘gatehouse’ to the residential development to the north.

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Feasibilty Studies

 

Feasibility studies are preliminary studies undertaken in the early stage of a project to establish whether a project or proposal is viable and help identify an approach or potential solution to the clients brief, so that an economical and informed decision on proceeding to the next stage can be made.

 

A feasibilty study might include the following anaylsis:

 

An assesment of any proposal in terms of local and national planning policies.

Other legal/statutory approvals.

Analysis of the budget relative to client requirements.

Assessment of the potential to re-use existing property.

Assessment of any site information provided by the client.

Site appraisals, availability of services, uses of adjoining land, environmental impact and so on.

Site access.

Analysis of accommodation that might be included or excluded

Servicing strategies.

Programme considerations.

Procurement options.