The close collaboration between The Charlotte Square Collection, City of Edinburgh Council, Historic Scotland and Edinburgh World Heritage is featured in the latest award submission for the restoration of 26-31 Charlotte Square.
The sensitive redevelopment of the six properties in The Collection has now been shortlisted in the Scottish Awards for Quality in Planning (SAQP) as an ‘exemplar of a successful building conservation project’ within the Development on the Ground category.More
Letters Home, the groundbreaking theatre production commissioned by this year’s Edinburgh International Book Festival and performed across three properties within The Charlotte Square Collection, has won a prestigious Fringe First Award – the award that recognises outstanding new writing premiered at the festival.More
Three properties within The Charlotte Square Collection are becoming a temporary stage for a groundbreaking theatre commission being featured in this year’s Edinburgh International Book Festival (9-25 August).More
The Charlotte Square Collection is closely connected with this year’s Edinburgh Art Festival as host to a performative artwork by contemporary artist Roderick Buchanan.
Called Number Crunching the artwork is the culmination of Buchanan’s residency at Edinburgh College of Art (ECA), supported by The Collection, and takes its inspiration from the swashbuckling but relatively unknown story of a Scottish revolutionary, Thomas Muir.More
The Charlotte Square Collection has purchased two more properties on Charlotte Square, increasing its number of townhouse properties on Edinburgh’s iconic Georgian square to twenty-one.More