Located 1.8 miles from Edinburgh city centre, the site is positioned on the south side of the main arterial route west of the city, the A71 Gorgie Road; providing road access to the city centre to the east and to Edinburgh’s city bypass and Scotland’s motorway network to the west.
Situated 1.3 miles from Haymarket Railway Station and benefitting from excellent bus links, with 7 services running along Gorgie Road, the site is easily accessible.
Gorgie Road provides excellent access to local amenities and the site is less than 0.5 miles from both Tynecastle and Murrayfield Stadiums. Surrounded by a busy local environment the site benefits from close proximity to a mix of residential, commercial, and leisure space.
357 Gorgie Road provides a total of 2.62 acres of land over two neighbouring sites split by a road providing access to the office and industrial buildings to the south.
The eastern side of the site extends to 1.993 acres and is the site of a demolished former office building; which has been cleared following demolition.
The Western element, a car park, extends 0.63 acres. The car park is in good condition with tarmac, lighting and markings still in place.
The site is identified in the adopted Edinburgh City Local Plan (2010) and Edinbrgh Local Development Plan (Proposed Plan) as ‘urban area’. General development policies apply, any queries can be made to the City of Edinburgh Council’s Planning Department –
Tel:0131 529 3550 / email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
There is an access road from Gorgie Road through to the office and industrial buildings to the rear. This may limit use potential.