THE businessman who first launched his vision to revive a gap site in the heart of the Old Town more than a decade ago has emerged as the frontrunner to rescue the Caltongate development.
The potential revival of the multi-million-pound Caltongate project is another timely boost for the Capital's economy.
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A COMPANY which has never invested outside of the Canadian city of Calgary has been revealed as the firm that wants to revive the controversial Caltongate scheme.
A CANADIAN investor is lining up a deal to revive the original multi-million pound plan to develop the Caltongate site, it emerged today.
AN OFFICE block and a mini supermarket are set to be created on the mothballed Caltongate site under new plans revealed today.
As hopes of reviving the massive Old Town development finally disappear, Adam Morris asks what happens now
A DEAL to revive the £300 million Caltongate scheme has been scuppered.
A DEAL to revive a £300 million development in Edinburgh's Old Town has been scuppered, The Scotsman can reveal.
THE sale of council land and buildings at Caltongate is expected to be given the all-clear by the European Commission.
A NEW version of the controversial Caltongate development is set to be revived after a London firm was selected as preferred bidder for the site.
A CONTROVERSIAL development in the heart of Edinburgh's historic Old Town is set to be revived after a London firm was selected as preferred bidder for the site.
A EUROPEAN legal probe has been launched into the city council's role on the Caltongate site, it emerged today.
RADICAL new proposals for the Caltongate site have been drawn up by a Scottish architect in a bid to persuade potential buyers to rip up the existing plans.
A PREFERRED bidder has been chosen for the Caltongate scheme, it emerged today.
THE news that the mothballed Caltongate project appears finally to be on the brink of revival is welcome, and is a further sign that the city may indeed be heading out of recession.
A DEAL is expected to be struck on kick-starting development on the Caltongate site within the next month, it emerged today.
CITY council leaders are drawing up plans to bring its flats and offices on the Caltongate site back into use, it emerged today.
THE former owner of Caltongate has formally dropped its interest in the site – but insisted it still wants to invest in Edinburgh.
SIX developers are vying to take control of the massive Caltongate site, with a deal expected to be completed "in the next few weeks".
CITY leaders have missed out on a multi-million-pound windfall with the collapse of the Caltongate scheme, new documents have revealed.