The managed estate which has invested substantially in the restoration of Charlotte Square has extended its ownership with the purchase of number 12 Charlotte Square from private Irish investors. The Charlotte Square Collection, run by Edinburgh-based Corran Properties Limited, negotiated privately with the former owners to secure the property and increase the size of the estate to 16 townhouses. The property is let to Edinburgh Partners.More
Following extensive consultation with key stakeholders and heritage groups, The Charlotte Square Collection has today submitted a detailed planning application which sets out a vision to substantially upgrade and improve the public spaces within Charlotte Square. The Collection is an estate of 15 townhouses in Charlotte Square run by Edinburgh-based property company, Corran Properties Limited.More
The City of Edinburgh Council planning committee today voted unanimously to support The Charlotte Square Collection’s proposed redevelopment of the former National Trust for Scotland’s HQ occupying numbers 26-31 on the south side of Charlotte Square.More
The Charlotte Square Collection has today submitted a detailed planning application to the City of Edinburgh Council for the restoration, renovation and development of the properties it owns at 26-31 Charlotte Square.
Prepared by Morgan McDonnell Architecture, the planning application represents a significant first step towards a vision of restoring the fortunes of Charlotte Square and returning it to its former pre-eminent position as the best business address in Edinburgh.More
The recently formed commercial property estate, The Charlotte Square Collection, has extended its ownership in Charlotte Square with the purchase of six Georgian townhouses and subsidiary properties from The National Trust for Scotland (NTS). The properties, previously occupied by the NTS as its head office, have been bought with vacant possession and the Collection will now immediately work on plans for their sensitive renovation as high-quality offices.More